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CII to create internet database

The Chartered Insurance Institute is to create an internet site providing a comprehensive database of insurance information.


The site has received £75,000 sponsorship from the Worshipful Company of Insurers. It is designed to complement the CII&#39s existing library of catalogues and journals.


The database is intended to provide insurance practitioners and academic researchers with a first port of call when searching for published information on the industry.


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