PARIS, Aug 31 (Reuters) - AXA , Europe's second-biggest insurer by market capitalisation, said on Thursday it was examining the possibility of starting an automobile insurance unit in South Korea. "We are looking at the possibility of launching an automobile insurance division in South Korea, but for the moment studies on this matter are at a preliminary stage," said an AXA spokeswoman. South Korean newspaper Maeil Business News had earlier reported that the French insurer planned to ...
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