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Taiwanese insurers adopt new foreign investment policy following ban on buying assets at home

Published on March 1st, 2013

Taiwan’s insurance companies have been barred from buying low-yielding offices in Tapei, but will be able to target assets in six overseas cities instead – if the regulator approves their…

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