Pension reform wrangle prompts Greece to consider going own way on contributions rise

EconomyProgramme Tags: Pensions
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Although decisions regarding pension reform are not due until the first programme review scheduled for January, after the second set of milestones has been completed, the issue is already beginning to dominate the agenda.

Greece and its lenders remain some distance from reaching common ground on the matter and government sources have even told local media that the coalition may proceed with unilateral legislation of its proposals within December.

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