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A.M. Best's Lee: Northeast Asian Countries Face Different Challenges

Christie Lee, director of analytics, A.M. Best, said insurers in Japan are dealing with catastrophes, insurers in Korea are dealing with regulatory and accounting changes, and insurers in China are wrestling with tight underwriting margins.

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