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Singapore's int'l health-insurance market likely to stay in the pink

In next one to two years, Cigna's Singapore CEO plans to grow business here by expanding its distribution channel
Monday, October 17, 2016 - 05:50

Ms Tsia says ballooning healthcare costs remain a problem, but she is optimistic technology will be able to alleviate some of that pressure.


THE international health-insurance market in Singapore is expected to grow 15 per cent or more in the next one to two years, even as medical inflation and claims ratios escalate.

And the outlook for the sector remains in the pink of health, Lena Tsia, chief executive of

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