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Lloyd's Vandendael: Protectionism Shuts Out Insurance Innovation

Vincent Vandendael, director, international markets, Lloyd's, said scores of nations have added trade barriers that limit those regions' choices of insurers, reinsurers, and products and solutions developed outside their markets.

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