EC to Italy: Equalise pension age by 2012

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ITALY - The European Commission has once again put pressure on Italy to equalise the pension age of men and women, asking the country to move up its plans to have employees retiring at the same age by six years to 2012.

The move comes after the EC told Italy last week the current measures to incrementally increase the pension age of women employed in the public sector from 60 to 65 by 2018 did not move fast enough...

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