Bundesbank Floats Higher Retirement Age in German Pension DebateBy
Central bank discusses raising retirement age to 69 by 2060
Alternative would be higher contributions as population ages
Germany’s Bundesbank said raising the legal retirement age to 69 by 2060 could ease some of the pressure on the country’s state pension system as the population ages.
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