Poland Pension reform act sent to constitutional court -January 01, 2014

The law on a pension reform approved by MPs earlier in December will be transferred to the Constitutional Tribunal to examine some of its provisions, particularly the parts of the act seeking to ban investments of the private pension companies in the country's sovereign bonds. Under the new law, private investment companies that are part of the country's pension system will be forced to hand over about half of their assets to the state in order to reduce public debt.

English: http://www.thenews.pl/1/12/Artykul/157309,Parts-of-pension-reform-act-sent ...

http://www.newpolandexpress.pl/polish_news_story-6136-green_light_for_pensions ...  

 

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