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Buoyed by Improved Results, Mutual Insurers Prep for the Next Round of Competition

Attendees to the annual conference of the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies, held in National Harbor, Maryland, said challenges for mutuals are to leverage new technology, products, and focus on their agents and insureds.

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