Price war among insurance firms seen


KUALA LUMPUR: Price war and competition between insurance companies will likely occur following the liberalisation of motor and fire tariffs starting July 1, 2017.

The prices for the products will be liberalised and the “licensed persons” will be able to determine the premiums or takaful contribution rates for them.

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