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Friends Prov retail business up 20 per cent

Friends Provident&#39s total new retail business was up 20 per cent to £245m from £204m equivalent premium income year ending December 1998 compared to the same time the previous year.


Total new annual premium business increased 12 per cent to £134m from £120m while new single premium business increased 32 per cent to £1,109m from £838m.

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