Bolivia lowers retirement age as part of radical pension reform

Posted on December 13, 2010 • Filed under: Bolivia, Labor Issues

The government of Bolivia has passed a new pension law that reduces the retirement age for most men to 58 from 65, in stark contrast to many other countries which are seeking to hike the retirement age in order to deal with climbing life expectancy rates. Read Article

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