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Hawaii's Shimomoto: Japanese Companies Help Drive State's Captive Growth

Paul Shimomoto, president of the Hawaii Insurance Council, said the state hosts 40 Japanese-owned captives, with seminars planned for Tokyo and Osaka.

Aug. 11, 2023

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