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CHAPTER 23 Protection of insurance consumers

Regulation of Insurance in China,The


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CHAPTER 23

Protection of insurance consumers

23.1 Introduction

The primary objective and function for insurance regulation is to protect the legitimate rights and interests of the insurance consumers. Protecting insurance consumers is the prerequisite and foundation of the survival and development of the insurance industry and the common responsibility of the insurance industry.

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