Revenues of the insurance, services and technology provider Allianz Worldwide Partners (AWP) Group in the Chinese market "have grown robustly in the past two years," roughly 25 percent to 30 percent year-on-year, Christophe Aniel, Allianz's CEO for greater China, told the Global Times in Beijing over the weekend.
The France-based company also plans to expand further in the Chinese market in such sectors as vehicles, travel and health, Aniel noted.
"In the future, we will explore the market by local acquisitions, by setting up joint-venture companies, or through strong partnerships with leading industry players," Ouziel told the Global Times.
The company introduced in June Cyber Shield, a digital assistance solution that aims to offer data protection in fields such as online shopping and online banking, for Chinese consumers.
Ouziel also highlighted China's rising sharing economy, especially the car-sharing industry, in regard to helping the company's classic business - roadside assistance and auto insurance - to take off. Many Chinese now own a car and are willing to share it. That is a scenario when AWP decides to step in and provide mobility solutions for them, Ouziel said.
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