The UAE insurance market, post-crisis

October 2010
MiddleEast Insurance Review;Oct2010, p24
Trade Publication
The article presents an analysis on the trends of the insurance market in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) following the 2009 global financial crisis. Accordingly, the insurance market in Dubai is aggressive and not competitive because its products are not homogenous, its consumers do not possess perfect knowledge, and it does not have a transparent regulation. It examines the low insurance demand of the market. It also offers strategies on how the Dubai market can improve its performance.


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