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      Credit Insurance Partner
     
    Our Partner in Mainland China.
    Ping An Property & Casualty Insurance Company of China ltd. is the subsidiary of Ping An Group, the second largest P & C Insurance company in China.
     
     
    In 2003, Coface supported Ping An P & C Insurance Company of China Ltd. to launch the 1st short term domestic trade credit insurance in Mainland China, protecting local enterprises against the risk of non-payment.
     

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North Point, Hong Kong
 T. +852 2585 9188
F. +852 2585 9100
coface.hk@coface.com
 
 
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Suite 1319-1338, Shanghai Central Plaza
381 Middle Huaihai Road
Shanghai 200020, P.R. China
T. +86 21 6171 8100
F. +86 21 6288 0009
shanghai@coface.com
 
 
TAIWAN
Room A5, 6/F, No 16
Section 4, Nanjing East Road
Taipei 10553, Taiwan, ROC
T. +886 2 2577 5797
F. +886 2 2577 5795
taipei@coface.com
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