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NUHC pmi premium income up 19 per cent

Norwich Union Healthcare has seen an 19 per cent increase to £243m in 2001 from £204m in 2000 in premium income from private medical insurance business.

NUHC managing director David Rogers says: “We are delighted by the continuing strong performance of the business, especially as it is set against the background of a market which has been difficult and fairly static for some time.”

It says it now has 642,000 PMI customers.

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