Individual life insurance sales in the first half of 2000 appear to have rebounded from years of poor performance, according to a new survey from the life insurance industry group Limra International in Windsor, Conn.

According to the survey, new premiums grew 16% in the first half of 2000, compared with the first half of 1999, while the number of new policies sold was up 4%. Face values of the policies sold increased 34%.

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