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Croatian insurers' end-March gross written premiums up 7.3%

Croatian insurers' end-March gross written premiums up 7.3% License: Creative Commons CC0

ZAGREB (Croatia), April 16 (SeeNews) - The gross written premiums of Croatian insurers totalled 2.77 billion kuna ($461.7 million/372.9 million euro) at the end of March, up 7.28% on the year, official figures showed.

Gross written premiums from non-life insurance rose 7.50% year-on-year to 1.90 billion kuna in the January-March period, while the life insurance segment earned premiums of 874.42 million kuna, 6.81% above the prior-year level, according to figures published on the website of the Croatian Insurance Bureau last week.

At the end of 2017, 23 insurance companies operated in the country. They earned gross written premiums of 9.1 billion kuna, up 3.38% on the year.

(1 euro=7.4284 kuna)

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