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CII launches new online service

The Chartered Insurance Institute is launching CII Research Online to make its reports available over the internet.

The CII claims a research paper last year was downloaded by 30,000 people in more than 110 countries.

Reports can be downloaded for a limited period for £10, or bound copies can be ordered online, including "Retirement planning in the current legislative framework" and "Principles for the structural reform of insurance".

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