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Losses grow in MSI Italian subsidiary

Karl Stagno-Navarra

Investigative specialists have been called to review the position of Progress AssicurazioniSpA, an Italian subsidiary of Malta based Middle Sea Insurance, after preliminary unaudited data for the fourth quarter of 2009, revealed further losses to the previously announced €29 million. >>

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