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Taht says that from 2000 through 2005, there has been a $6.6 billion increase in exposures in the TOAMS studies at issue ages 75 and above.
For instance, mortality experience of companies surveyed was 74% of the 2001 VBT for the most recent Tillinghast study compared with 78% of VBT for the first TOAMS.
In a 10-minute speech toAMs
yesterday, she told AMs that Wales and New Zealand shared many common interests, ranging from family links to efforts to transform their respective economies.