Stalemate ahoy

The debate on the reform of pensions and the creation of systems that are “adequate, sustainable and safe” has now moved from the European Commission and into the European Parliament. This institution is now developing its follow-on to the Commission’s Green Paper that set out a series of questions in July. But Parliament’s challenges appear to be formidable.

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Ivonne Forno , CEO of Laborfonds