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Liberalization of telecommunications market 11 BEFORE AFTER Only 1 insurer in 2008 12 insurers in 2013 147 types of policies offered in 2009 442 types of policies offered in 2013 $612 million in total received insurance premiums in 2008 $929 million in total received insurance premiums in 2012 $83 million in personal premius received in 2008 $187 million in personal preiums received in 2012 4,3 million policyholders in 2010 5 million policyholders in 2012 Liberalization of insurance markets Success factors and priorities for the future Costa Rica´s policies to foster services in and for GVCs • Attraction of FDI • Interagency execution Strategic vision - proactive and coordinated approach • Political and economic stability • Export processing zone regime Sound business environment • Quality of educational system - 1st in LA (WEF) • Cost competitive Educated work force • Middle of the Americas • Proximity to US time zones Privileged geographical location • WTO + 14 PTAs • TiSA negotiations • Liberalization commitments stemming from CAFTA-DR Deep trade integration Policies moving forward Continued attraction of FDI in strategic niches Strengthening human capital Further liberalization of facilitating service markets TiSA Need for international investment agreement The Case of Services in Costa Rica: Improving the competiveness and insertion in Global Value Chains Francisco Monge, Deputy Director Ministry of Foreign Trade Costa Rica
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Score: 1328346.1 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...francisco_monge_costa_rica.pdf
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MEASUREMENT OF NON-LIFE INSURANCE SERVICES
Although there are differences, most models recognize that the purpose of the productive activity of an insurance company is to obtain maximum profit by planning the level of premiums collected from policyholders and income from investment ECE/CES/GE.20/2014/3 GE.14-20739 3 reserves. (...) The guidance for the preparation of national accounts defines the output of the insurance industry as the value of services provided by insurance companies to policyholders. Since insurance companies do not, as a rule, charge their customers directly for insurance services, it is not possible to measure output directly. (...) Measuring non-life insurance output by class of insurance makes it possible to take account of the differences between insurance products, as well as the composition of the policyholder base. This allows a more accurate distribution of non-life insurance output between final and intermediate consumption, as well as better compilation of the national accounts by sector. 27.
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Score: 1321801.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=ECE/CES/GE.20/2014/3&Lang=E
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REVISED CONSOLIDATED RESOLUTION ON THE FACILITATION OF INTERNATIONAL ROAD TRANSPORT (R.E.4)
However, insofar as the law permits, agreements shall be concluded by the Bureaux to permit an insurer authorized to carry out its activities in the country in which the accident occurred to handle claims against its own policyholders. 8. The Bureau of the country in which the accident occurred shall have regard, on request, to the conditions and limitations contained in the Policy of Insurance insofar as these are permitted under the law on compulsory third party motor insurance of that country. 9.
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Score: 1299417.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/SC.1/2002/4/REV.4&Lang=E
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All these entities purchased war and terrorism insurance prior to 11 September 2001 and the scheme will return them to this position. All policyholders will pay a policy fee and premium charge, not just the airlines. 6. (...) A policy fee is payable by all policyholders (private insured parties) in addition to premium charges. 22. Will there be a “retention” amount (deductable for each policyholder)? It will be up to the entity’s management to decide on policy for premiums, taking into consideration that deductibles are quite classical in insurance business.
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Score: 1263283.4 - https://www.icao.int/secretari...Documents/sl_02_55_atte_en.pdf
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In contrast to the conventional commercial insurance, the policyholders in Takaful share in the investment pool’s profits as well as its losses. (...) Takaful could also help promote financial inclusion and financial stability through providing Islamic finance for the poor and connecting finance with the real economy by sharing responsibility for investments between the Takaful operator and the policyholders. Finally, a distinctive value of Islamic finance is a form of financial intermediation that cannot be divorced from wider ethical and moral codes.
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Score: 1256628.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/ffd...g-sustainable-development.html
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PRICE AND VOLUME MEASURES OF INSURANCE SERVICES : INVITED PAPER / SUBMITTED BY FEDERAL STATISTICAL OFFICE OF GERMANY
But the experience of Triplett and Bosworth (2000) was the following:” Although there are insurance companies with the word “mutual” in their names, there is very little evidence that they act as cooperatives on behalf of the policyholders”. I will come back to this point later. 7. (...) The intermediation approach fits mutual companies (as long as they really act on behalf of their policyholders), the Ruggles-approach more to profit orientated stock companies.
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Score: 1242585.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=CES/AC.68/2002/16&Lang=E
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SELECTED ELEMENTS OF THE INTEGRATED CENSUS IN SLOVAKIA WITH AN IMPACT ON THE USE OF ADMINISTRATIVE DATA SOURCES (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
For the purposes of the 2021 Census, the following administrative data sources, including registers, will be used: (a) Register of Natural Persons; (b) Register of Addresses; (c) Central Register of Public Health Insurance Policyholders; (d) Register of Accused and Convicted Persons, managed by the Corps of Prison and Judicial Guard; (e) Public administration information systems managed by the Ministry of Education of the SR; (f) Information System of the Social Insurance Agency; (g) Information Systems of the Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre Authority of the SR; (h) Information System of the Financial Directorate of the SR; (i) Information System of the Central Office of Labour, Social Affairs and Family; (j) Information System of the Ministry of Environment of the SR. (...) For the purposes of the population census and the collection of data on the population, data will be drawn from the Register of Natural Persons (RFO), Register of Addresses, Central Register of Public Health Insurance Policyholders (CR ZP), Register of Accused and Convicted Persons, public administration information systems managed by the Ministry of Education of the SR (IS MŠ), the information system of the Social Insurance Agency (SP), the information system of the Financial Directorate of the SR and the information system of the Central Office of Labour, Social Affairs and Family (UPSVaR).
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Score: 1214932.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=ECE/CES/GE.41/2019/4&Lang=E
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In Uganda and Malawi, some insurance providers issue smartcards to poor policyholders to confirm that they are who they say they are, and can instantly provide information on their level of coverage and whether the premium has been paid; In the Philippines, insurers have minimized the transaction costs of collecting many small premiums by allowing people to pay via their mobile phones; and In India, a barcode system is being tested as a way of managing client information. (...) And an insurer unable to reach large numbers of policyholders places itself in a precarious position.
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Score: 1192258.4 - https://www.ilo.org/global/abo...WCMS_082345/lang--en/index.htm
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In Uganda and Malawi, some insurance providers issue smartcards to poor policyholders to confirm that they are who they say they are, and can instantly provide information on their level of coverage and whether the premium has been paid; In the Philippines, insurers have minimized the transaction costs of collecting many small premiums by allowing people to pay via their mobile phones; and In India, a barcode system is being tested as a way of managing client information. (...) And an insurer unable to reach large numbers of policyholders places itself in a precarious position.
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Score: 1192258.4 - https://www.ilo.org/global/abo...WCMS_082345/lang--it/index.htm
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REPORT OF THE COUNCIL OF BUREAUX
In 2019, the CoB’s General Assembly decided to authorise National Insurers’ Bureaux, on a voluntary basis, to issue the International Motor Insurance Certificates (IMICs) in black on white and allow the interested insurance markets inter alia to send PDF files directly and electronically by e-mail or any other facility to their policyholder. Subsequently, the policyholders can later print the IMIC in black on white in order to present it to the border or police authorities of the visited country.
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Score: 1188484 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S=ECE/TRANS/SC.1/2020/1&Lang=E
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