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The private medical insurance (PMI) sector may be about to get a shot in the arm. The Association of...

The private medical insurance (PMI) sector may be about to get a shot in the arm. The Association of Medical Insurance Intermediaries and the British Insurance Brokers Association's efforts to break the deadlock over claims history transparency within the small to medium-sized enterprise market has, for the moment, got the different parties looking like they will at least discuss the matter. If claims information becomes generally available for smaller firms, it could be the catalyst for a rapid growth in the sector leading to a period of real competition. It is difficult to get genuine com...

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