Foreign insurance listings off?

PETALING JAYA: Plans by overseas insurers to list their Malaysian units in order to comply with foreign ownership rules here, appear to be off.

This comes as Singaporean insurance giant Great Eastern Holdings Ltd said that it has decided instead on the option of making a contribution to the B40 Health Protection Fund, which was announced in the recent Malaysian Budget.

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