AIR+12 Nov 2020

China looking for long-term stability with motor reform

| 12 Nov 2020

On 19 September this year, the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBIRC) introduced a comprehensive motor insurance reform to address a number of pressing issues plaguing the industry such as high pricing, high handling fees, over-extensive operations, unruly competition and data distortion.

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