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    Barron’s: Chinese Insurer Ping An Is Betting Big on Tech

    VanEck
    January 09, 2020
     

    The insurance industry in China is growing rapidly, with rising incomes and an aging population driving demand. It also sits at the center of some of the latest technology innovations.

    Ping An Group is China’s second-largest insurer and one of the largest in the world. The company is well-positioned to capitalize on the growth of the industry and has been an early adopter of technology, including cloud-based services and artificial intelligence. Deputy Portfolio Manager Angus Shillington shares his insights on the investment opportunity presented by Ping An in this Barron’s article.

    To learn more, please read the full article, Barron's: Chinese Insurer Ping An is Betting Big on Tech.

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