Insurance Law In Japan

Author: Noboru Kobayashi
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
ISBN: 9041136134
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Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this book provides valuable practical insight into both public supervisory legislation concerning insurance and private insurance contract law in Japan.

War And Health Insurance Policy In Japan And The United States

Author: Takakazu Yamagishi
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 142140091X
Size: 36.31 MB
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Japan, laws of, National Health Insurance Law (NIH, Kokumin Kenkohoken), 65;
amendments to, 68, 69–70; creation of, 59, 115; goals of, 60–62, 63; and Japan
Medical Association, 128; and postwar economy, 129; and postwar occupation,
121, 125, 127 Japan, military of, 20, 54–55, 56, 60, 64, 65, 68 Japan, ministries
and agencies of: Advisory Council for the Assistance ofInjured Soldiers (Shoi
Gunjin Hogo Taisaku Shingikai), 63; Advisory Council on Social Security (Shakai
Hosho ...

Social Commentary On State And Society In Modern Japan

Author: Yoneyuki Sugita
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9811023956
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Under the Health Insurance Law, both programs were required to fully insure the
cost of medical treatment. The insurance covered up to 180 days of treatment for
a single work-related injury or disease and a maximum of 180 days per year for a
combination of non-work-related injuries and disease. In addition, the Law
required both programs to provide workers who were absent from work due to a
single sickness or injury with 60% of their standard remuneration for up to 180
days or a ...

U S Japan Trade The Japanese Insurance Market Report To The Chairman Subcommittee On Trade Committee On Ways And Means House Of Representatives

Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 1428974830
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Several business, regulatory, and other events have affected the Japanese
insurance market in the 1990s. • Japan passed an “Insurance Business Law” in
1995, which went into effect in April 1996. The first major revision of Japan's
insurance laws in more than 50 years, this legislation, among other things,
permitted life insurance companies to form non-life subsidiaries and non-life
insurance companies to form life subsidiaries. 3 AFLAC is a U.S. company based
in Columbus, ...