Taiwan opens market in bid for WTO membership card
Taiwan is preparing to offer foreign insurers improved access to its domestic market as part of an agreement to secure membership in the World Trade Organization. But the island's prickly relations with China may put off the realization of these benefits for several years.
Taiwan officials say they have all but completed negotiations with WTO members on the terms of its entry into the trade body-negotiations that began in 1992.
Taiwan's government promises to open the market for reinsurance and insurance services such as claim settlement and actuarial services for both the life and nonli…
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