Spain pension bill 'as ambitious' as initial plan, Zapatero says

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SPAIN - Spain's pension overhaul will be "as ambitious" as the government's initial proposal, which included an increase in the retirement age, Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero has said.

The Socialist government has said the Cabinet will approve the pension bill on January 28, a year after it first proposed raising the retirement age to 67 from 65 and increasing the number of years...

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