Analysis 05 Feb 13

Serbia’s Pension Dilemma Reaches Crisis Point

 With the number of pensioners soon expected to equalise the number of those in work, drastic reform to the pension system looks more urgent then ever.

Stevan Veljovic
BIRN
Belgrade

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