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Regulatory Protectionism Boosts Local Premiums, Limits Reinsurance Options

Timothy Prince, director, and Salman Siddiqui, associate director, A.M. Best, said regulators in developing markets are encouraging growth of local insurers, but may be hampering insurers' ability to cede risk.

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