A majority of Cambodians would likely purchase microinsurance for their health and crops but are not doing so because they donít know about the insurance options available to them, and insurance companies lack the cash to expand their services, experts said Monday. In a new study entitled Understanding and Needs of Low-Income Populations Regarding Microinsurance, released Monday at a seminar at the Sunway Hotel in Phnom Penh, the U.N. Development Program (UNDP) states that 78 percent of the 302 Cambodians interviewed said they would be interested in microinsurance, mostly for help if they fall ill. ďOverall 78% of
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