After weeks of controversy, Greece’s beleaguered government has approved a rash of reforms overhauling a welfare system considered to be one of the root causes of the debt-choked country’s economic woes.
The reforms, which raise the retirement age to 65 and scrap generous benefits that allowed a host of professions to retire as early as 50, mark the cornerstone of unpopular measures introduced by the government in exchange for a multibillion...
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