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Post-90s main force of insurance spending: report
    2018-05-07  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Zhang Yu

JeniZhang13@163.com

THOSE born in the 1990s have become the main consumers of insurance, as they hold an average of four insurance policies per person, a Shenzhen-based third-party online insurance seller said in its latest report.

Both the number of insurance policies and the amount of premiums contributed by the group have shown a rising trend from 2013 to 2017. In particular, per customer transaction has increased from 547 yuan (US$86) to 2,193 yuan from 2015 to 2017, an increase of nearly four times, said Huize.com, a Shenzhen online insurance seller.

The top four categories of most-commonly held insurance policies are health insurance, accident insurance, life insurance and education annuity insurance.

It is revealed that more than half of the policy holders aged from 26 to 28, who are ready to get married and start a family, thus making insurance plans both for themselves and their families.

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