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Bermuda's Gibbons: US Tax Changes Wouldn't Diminish Bermuda's Strengths

Grant Gibbons, economic development minister, Bermuda, said possible tax changes in the U.S. could affect the reinsurance community, but that the island has strong regulatory and professional resources.

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