Italy raises retirement age by three years


ITALY - The Italian government has raised the retirement age by three years as part of sweeping austerity measures.

The Italian pension institute, INPS, said the move, which will be effective from 2015, would save the state €86.9bn ($113bn) as people would retire more than three years later under the reform by 2...

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