Rakuten moves into property insurance with latest acquisition

TOKYO — Japanese e-commerce group Rakuten will expand further into insurance by acquiring a Nomura-owned property insurer and using it as an outlet for new data-driven policies. Billionaire Hiroshi Mikitani’s group plans to spend 40 billion yen to 50 …
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