Finnish workers' fury at pension age increase

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FINLAND - The Finnish government's decision to increase the minimum age for pensions from 63 to 65 without consulting labour organisations first has sparked anger among unions and workers.

The decision, made on 24 February, will see the pensions age increase in two month increments from 2011 - increasing the minimum age by two years over a 12 year period. The three major union organisations...

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