As the US economy continues to show signs of a durable recovery and the EU and US negotiate a new Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, experts have warned risk managers in EU-based international companies to beware of flaws in many multinational insurance programmes that could increasingly come to the fore as trade picks up.
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