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Standard Life Healthcare sales rise 25 per cent

Sales at Standard Life Healthcare rose 25 per cent in 2003 down from a 26 per cent rise in 2002. Annual premium income grew by 12 per cent to £194m, while the number of lives covered increased by 9 per cent to 425,000.

SLH says it is in a strong position for growth and expects a successful year in 2004, with several innovative new product launches planned.

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