The Life Insurance Association of Japan was also honored for its efforts during the Great East Japan Earthquake.
What does LIAJ stand for?
LIAJ stands for Life Insurance Association of Japan
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Samples in periodicals archive:
who heads the Life Insurance Association of Japan, said life insurers ''lacked payment systems based on the viewpoint of policyholders.
Koichi Yoshida, chairman of the Life Insurance Association of Japan, said the new cabinet should act promptly, steadily and boldly to put the Japanese economy on a recovery path.
The chairman of the Life Insurance Association of Japan, Shinichi Yokoyama, said at a news conference the same day, ''Since life insurers have handled savings-type products for some time, it's hard to imagine that notices about risks were omitted (in their sales pamphlets).
Koichi Yoshida, chairman of the Life Insurance Association of Japan, urged Obuchi to carry out bold policies for revival of the Japanese economy.