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General insurer launches Euro product

A general insurer has launched a new policy with values and premiums calculated and paid in euros.


Nordstern Art Insurance Ltd has simplified claiming for art and luxury goods damage and replacement by launching a policy which insures values and pays premiums in Euros.


Nordstern believes that from January 1999 there will be a market for a Euro policy because many luxury goods, art and antiques are bought in mainland Europe.

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