In 1986, there were 11 insurance companies, five of which were life insurance firms. Premiums were divided almost equally between life (49%) and nonlife (51%) insurance. Third-party motor liability coverage is compulsory. Some of the companies listed as doing business in Fiji in 1995 were Dominion Insurance, Fiji Reinsurance Corp., Guardian Royal Exchange Assurance, National Insurance Co., the New India Assurance Co., Panpacific Insurance Com., and Queensland Insurance.
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