October 2002
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;10/21/2002, Issue 2536, p49
Trade Publication
Provides tips to agents selling winter sports insurance. Importance of paying attention to the small print of insurance contracts; Factors that should be considered in choosing clients.


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