IMF urges Spain to reform pensions

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SPAIN - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has urged Spain that "bold" changes to state pension provision should be adopted quickly to help ease the country's financial woes.

In a blunt warning over the critical state of Spain's enormous budget deficit, the IMF said that Spain needs urgent and far-reaching reform of its pension system, a radical overhaul of its labour l...

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