High unemployment, falling wages damaged sustainability of largest Greek pension fund

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: Labour, Pensions, Unemployment
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Employees insured with IKA, the largest main social security fund in Greece, lost more than 10 billion euros in annual wages over the last 5 years, according to the Federation of IKA employees (POSE-IKA).

At the same time, their annual social security contributions have dropped by almost 5 billion euros over this period, reducing IKA revenues accordingly.

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