Government reportedly mulls sale of Croatia Osiguranje.

By bne IntelliNews August 24, 2010
The government is reportedly thinking over a possible sale of state-owned enterprises in order to fill the gap in the budget, daily Jutarnji List informs. Among these enterprises could be state-owned insurer Croatia Osiguranje. In Jan-Jul, Croatia Osiguranje was the biggest insurance company in the country in terms of collected insurance premiums with premium income of HRK 2.02bn. It held the leading position in the non-life insurance segment, having a market share of 41.3% in Jan-Jul, as well as in the life insurance market with a 14.6% share.

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