Italy - Government talks to unions about pensions - September 30, 2016

The government has planned to earmark 6 billion euro over three years for measures affecting the pension and social security system. This was stated in a report that was presented during a meeting with the trade unions at the labour ministry. Aim of the meeting was to find maximum support for the proposals. One of the key measures in next years’ budget is to cancel the consequences of a 2011 reform on the pension system that was always contested by the trade union movement.

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