traditional policy

traditional policy

n
(Insurance) a life assurance policy in which the policyholder's premiums are paid into a general fund and his or her investment benefits are calculated according to actuarial formulae. Compare unit-linked policy
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LAHORE -- Radio Commentators Association of Pakistan president Mohammad Idrees has appealed to the Prime Minister Imran Khan to take a strict notice against Radio Pakistan for ignoring the traditional policy of running commentary over cricket matches both in English and Urdu.
Traditional policy management systems are built in fragments and pieced together instead of integrated.
Trump challenged these traditional policy prescriptions and proved that trade liberalization did not work in the interest of the US.
There is a need on the part of the PTI government to ensure the continuity of the traditional policy that suits the country's interests.
Telematics or "black box" insurance allows you to have your insurance premium based on your actual driving, which means if you can prove you're a good driver, you could save hundreds of pounds compared to a traditional policy. This can particularly help young drivers who tend to pay more for their insurance.
Unlike the Middle East or East Asia, Pakistan has followed a traditional policy of import substitution rather than export promotion.
When you use your car for "livery" -- carrying passengers or goods for a fare -- it's not covered by a traditional policy.
The table shows that traditional policy was mostly used by the libraries with 69 respondents representing (80.2%) indicated the availability of traditional policy, while 17(19.8%) indicated non-availability of traditional policy.
This section assesses economic performance under traditional policy rules, including an estimated rule and a simple rule similar to that introduced by Taylor (1993).
The traditional policy address by the governor at the start of the assembly session also hinted that the state was facing serious financial challenges.
New Delhi -- Amid continuing India's traditional policy of baseless blame game, Indian army chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag on Thursday again accused Pakistan for giving "candid support" to militant groups like Jaish-e-Muhammed(JeM) and and Lashkar-e-Taiba(LeT) as he called on the international community to join hands in combating the menace.

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