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AMP proposes lower-value life insurance

Australian-owned financial giant AMP has revised the sale of its life insurance business and is asking investors for more cash after slumping to a A$2.3 billion half year loss.

The company has struck a new deal to sell its local life insurance business to the British insurer Resolution Life, after the sale was blocked by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand.

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