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Today's Key Question:
The residents of which countries do you think spend the most money on life insurance? The answers may surprise you.
See the article below from Think Advisor.
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* Economists at Swiss Re estimate that the people of Earth spent the equivalent of $2.9 trillion on premiums for life insurance and annuity products in 2019.
That amounted to an average of $379 for each of the world’s 7.7 billion people, and about 3.35% of the world’s $87 trillion in total gross domestic product (GDP).
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