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Greenlight Re's Barry: New US Administration a Short-Term Positive

Brendan Barry, chief underwriting officer, Greenlight Re, said early indications from the incoming U.S. presidential administration show positive signs for economic growth, which should increase demand for property/casualty coverage.
December 02, 2016

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