Dutch social partners agree on pension age reform


NETHERLANDS - The main Dutch social partners have reached a common position on the fact that state and second pillar pension age should rise to 66 from 65 in 2020.

The agreement - signed by the employers' organisations VNO-NCW, LTO and MKB as well as by trade unions FNV, CNV and MHP - would also see a review of the retirement age every five years from 2020 on...

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