Health Insurance Cost of Insurance Coverage In Germany: Germany Insurers Seek To Reduce Cost Of Coverage

The average German household now spends an average of 12.5 euros ($14.6) on health insurance per year, according to a survey released by insurer BofA.

The average for Germany is 12.2 euros, according a separate survey by the Munich-based insurer.

The German insurance industry has been under pressure from a rise in the cost of health insurance in recent years.

The survey by Munich-listed insurance company BofAC also found that consumers in the southeastern city of Kiel had the highest premium for health insurance.

In 2017, the average premium was 8.8 euros per person, according the survey.

That was well above the national average of 4.3 euros per capita.

BofAB, which is also in charge of the national insurance, said that it was taking steps to improve the cost-of-care and consumer-protection measures for health care providers, such as improving access to care.

“It is important to be realistic and to understand the impact on the economy of any proposed changes in the health insurance market,” the company said in a statement.

“The cost of insurance will continue to rise, but there is a need to address the problems and risks associated with this increase.”

The insurance industry in Germany is struggling to cope with a growing number of patients, especially in rural areas where prices are much higher.

The health insurance industry employs more than 3.1 million people in Germany.

The country also has one of the highest rates of cancer in the world, with the highest mortality rate of all countries in Europe, according it’s World Health Organization (WHO).

The country’s population is growing at a faster pace than the total population, as more people are becoming obese and live in cities.

Aussie company to offer more insurance to people with high blood pressure

A company in Australia will begin offering a new kind of insurance, which will offer a deductible for people with higher blood pressure, which could make it easier for people to afford their medication. 

The company, United Insurance, has announced that it is offering an insurance product called United Insured Premiums, which it says is similar to the existing UK insurance system, and which can be used in a range of circumstances.

The company says that it can be paid for in a number of ways, such as by a debit card, or by the insurance company directly, and it has been testing the idea for several months.

The idea has been welcomed by patients, and is likely to be one of the first products of its kind.

The product has not yet been launched in the US, but it is likely that the company will eventually make it available to people in the States.

UnitedInsured Premium is available in Australia and New Zealand, with the European countries offering it in the near future.

It has already been available in the UK for a few months, and the US for a couple of months.

There is currently no price to be announced for the product, and in Australia it has an initial launch date of April 2016.

The news comes just days after a similar insurance product, Bluebird Health, was launched in Australia.

Bluebird aims to offer a much lower cost option, with a deductible of $3, but there has been no word on whether that will be the same as UnitedInsued Premium.

The current US premium is $9, and there are a few ways in which it could be more expensive, including that the insurer would be liable for medical expenses incurred while on the insurance.