TOKYO - Senior officials of the government of the Federated States of Micronesia and the regional insurance and investment industry laid out the advantages of investing in Micronesia to potential Japanese investors at a symposium in Tokyo on May 26 underlining in particular the benefits that are available from the FSM's new Captive Insurance regime.The delegation was headed by President Emanuel Mori who had been in Japan for a week and had attended the PALM 5 summit on Hokkaido during the preceding weekend. Key issues at the summit included the environment and climate change although the symposium addressed another . . .
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