Poland Kicks Economic Own Goal by Backing Retirement-Age CutBy
President’s proposal sees women retiring at 60, men at 65
Move to strain budget and growth prospects, economist warns
Poland’s government backed plans to cut the retirement age to among the lowest levels in the European Union, opening the door for legislation that economists said will boost budget spending and hurt the country’s economic prospects.
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