French insurers commit €200m to solidarity fund

Pedro Gonçalves
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The French insurance sector has pledged $200m to the government's fund to help companies deal with coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. Insurance lobby French Insurance Federation (FFA) said its members are committing to contribute $200m to the Solidarity Fund set up by the public authorities to support micro-enterprises and the self-employed, sectors that have been particularly affected by the economic, financial and social consequences of the Covid-19 virus.  Florence Lustman, president of the French Insurance Federation, said: "In this unprecedented global health and financial crisis, in...

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