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How higher FDI cap in insurance is enticing investors

03 December, 2015

In March, parliament amended a law allowing foreign investors to increase their stakes in local insurance joint ventures to 49 per cent from 26 per cent. This has led to many foreign companies investing millions of dollars to raise their holdings. A sneak peek into the deals announced so far.


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