Insurance costs to inflate

By Staff Writer

Insurers warn of costs rising 15% this year 
By Edward West
From Businessday.co.za

INSURANCE costs were expected to rise 10%-15% this year, above the 6%-8% annual increase over the past few years, because of worsening economic conditions and the effect of inflation, Alexander Forbes Insurance MD Gari Dombo said on Friday.

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