Polish Pension Revamp Targets $35 Billion of Private FundsBy , , and
Plan to boost savings marks biggest pension revamp since 1999
Government seeks to dismantle privately owned pension funds
Poland unveiled its biggest pension overhaul since 1999, though the government won’t take control of as big a share of the industry as some investors had feared.
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