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Cooper, Claridge-Ware Limited (“CCW”), a Hong Kong-based international health insurance brokerage, has released a report analyzing the sustainability of group medical insurance plans in the current economic climate.

The analysis found that international group medical insurance plans costing US$500,000 today will increase to an approximate cost of US$1,000,000 by 2020 – this is based on an average annual increase of 10 percent, leaving the US$500,000 policy costing US$974,358 by 2020 and US$1,071,794 by 2021.

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