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Swedish Alliance's Hallkvist: Mutuals Must Work Together to Survive, Succeed

Lars Hallkvist, chairman, Länsförsäkringar Alliance, said insurers in Sweden and throughout Europe can gain clout by combining strengths to overcome regulators' presumption that large insurers matter most.

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