aACAo Insured mail - The postal insurance services allows the sender to insure valuable items or documents dispatched via the Letter Post to cover loss or damage in whole or in part.
What does QI stand for?
QI stands for Postal Insurance (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 5 other meanings of QI in our Acronym Attic
- Qualified High Technology Business
- Qualified High Technology Company (Washington, DC)
- Queensland Heritage Trails Network (Australia)
- Quantitative High-Throughput Screening (genomics)
- Queensburgh Hindu Temple Society (Durban, South Africa)
- Queensland Homicide Victims Support Group (Australia)
- Quick Hide Windows
- Quartz Hill Water District (Quartz Hill, CA)
- Quality Housing and Work Responsibility Act of 1998
- Quick Hurricane Web Resource Navigator (Caribbean Hurricane Network)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Japan's postal insurance system ''remains a dominant force'' in the nation's insurance market, the 2010 National Trade Estimate report on Foreign Trade Barriers said.
The National Federation of Life Insurance Worker's Unions issued a petition against the postal reform bill the government has been working on as the state is planning to raise the 13 million yen upper limit on postal insurance payments through legal changes.
But Feige noted that 40% of the Japanese market is written by Kampo through the postal insurance system, totaling roughly $150 billion in U.
Under the plan, postal insurance will be abolished in October 2007 or later and handed over to several postal insurance companies which remain to be created, while postal savings accounts for payment purposes will eventually be transferred to a postal savings company, to be created later as a wholly owned arm of Japan Post.
The average rate of annual losses on funds entrusted by the ''kampo'' postal insurance division is 8.
They will multiply the value of premiums at the time of contract by 120, following a similar method adopted by the Japanese government to pay back postal savings and postal insurance premiums to the Taiwanese starting 1995.
These funds, together with an additional [yen] 100 trillion ($800 billion) from postal insurance contracts, are managed by the Ministry of Finance.