Triglav fears profit could be 25-40% lower due to capped health insurance
Ljubljana, 9 May - Insurance group Triglav is worried that its planned pre-tax profit of EUR 95 to 100 million for this year could be by 25 to 40% lower due to a recent government decision to cap the monthly top-up health insurance premium at EUR 35.67. It thus urged the government to promptly abolish the existing system of supplementary health insurance.
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