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Oct 19, 2009 19:33 EEST
October 19 (SeeNews) - The insurance companies operating in Kosovo reported a combined gross premium income of 47.3 million euro ($70.7 million) for the first eight months of 2009, up 18.3% year-on-year, Kosovo’s central bank said.
A total of 369,200 insurance policies were sold through August, up from 340,400 a year earlier.
Nine insurance companies operate in Kosovo: the local branches of Albanian privately-held INSIG, Sigal and Sigma, together with Pristina-based Dardania, Dukagjini, Kosova e Re, Siguria, Sigkos and Sigurimi.
The gross premium income of insurers in Kosovo rose by 11% to 56.4 million euro in 2008.
Details follow (in millions of euro):
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