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Q: I want/need an insurance guru ..insurance in China

like ..hint hint...  I think I know who knows  ...  but my wife just proposed a 430RMB/month insurance thing for herself. I have no problem with that, but, always a BUT, ..I want to include myself...  both of us ...I am 10 years older than her..

 

hmmmm..  even the old guys, I know that speak English don't seem to have the answer I want to hear. 

suggestions from this site would be appreciated and considered.

5 years 50 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - China

 
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430RMB per month, that is some government scheme, doesn't apply to you, most likely. 

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Ping an will let foreigners into insurance plans, shouldnt be any more expensive although they might try to sell you a special " foreigner" package.

Ping an is also good as they have credit cards and their insurance can also be used as a collateral when applying for the card.

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