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  • Affluent Indians insure their designer items
  • Affluent Indians insure their designer items
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Affluent Indians insure their designer items

The number of High Net-worth Individuals in India shot up by 22% in 2012. In response, insurance companies have started selling cover for personal possessions such as clothes, shoes and bags - the collective value of which can equal the price of a small apartment.

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