Spain pulls back on increase to contribution years


SPAIN - The Spanish government denied it planned to increase the number of contributory years needed to retire, but said it would continue with plans to raise the pension age by two years.

In a statement, the government said it amended the Stability Plan 2009 - 2013 originally sent to the European Commission on January 29. The document initially contained a paragraph explaining Spain...

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