Eight Chinese insurers receive collective fine of 11.8m yuan (US$1.65m) for price-fixing student insurance

China’s State Administration for Market Regulation ruled the insurers created a monopoly to control the market and fix prices.

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Eight chinese insurers receive collective fine of 11 8m yuan us 65m for price fixing student insurance
Eight chinese insurers receive collective fine of 11 8m yuan us 65m for price fixing student insurance
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Eight chinese insurers receive collective fine of 11 8m yuan us 65m for price fixing student insurance

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