Bus rides and health insurance for workers

Garment and footwear industry workers were promised a range of services from Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday, including free bus rides, a minimum wage hike and health insurance. ...

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Insurance premiums on the rise

The Kingdom’s total insurance premiums rose sharply in the first quarter of the year, compared with the same period the previous year, thanks largely to the growth of the economy and an influx of foreign direct investment, industry insiders said. Official data from the General Insurance ...

Sharp fall in insurance claims

Claims in the Kingdom’s six insurance companies declined dramatically last year, while the total premium revenue sharply increased by more than 20 per cent year-on-year, official data from the General Insurance Association of Cambodia (GIAC) show. GIAC data shows total claims reached $4.8 million, down from ...

Cambodia's insurance industry grows by 21 pct in 2012

Cambodia’s insurance industry earned a total premium of $36 million last year, a 21 percent rise year-on-year, according to the industry’s report on Monday. The main sectors of the premium are from fire insurance of 28 percent, motor insurance of 19 percent, personal accident insurance of ...

KBank sees potential for bancassurance in Laos, Cambodia

Kasikornbank aims to expand its bancassurance business into neighbouring countries after finding that customers in Laos and Cambodia incur higher medical expenses. Pakorn Partanapat, executive vice president, said that the bank has prepared business plans to cope with the Asean Economic Community (AEC), and bancassurance is ...

Country’s First Life Insurance Firm Enters Market

The first company to offer Cambodians life insurance will launch on May 21, an official at the company said yesterday, though experts said the firm could struggle to make good profits in a market where fraudulent claims and limited customers could become a stumbling block. Cambodia ...

Medical bills lead many into debt, survey reveals

Small-scale health insurance policies can be an effective way to avoid drowning in debt, according to a survey released yesterday. Fifty-eight percent of 5,275 households surveyed in Kandal, Takeo and Kampot provinces had taken out loans, with health care and medical costs being the chief reason, ...

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