Compensa premiums increase 63.2% in Baltic countries in 2016

Compensa Vienna Insurance Group (Compensa) racked up EUR 45.15 million in premiums in the Baltic countries last year, which is 63.2 percent or EUR 17.49 million more than in 2015, the company's representatives told LETA. Read the full story

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