Pensions in Sweden is currently one of the country’s most hotly debated issues, as the centre-right Alliance for Sweden coalition government attempts to implement sweeping reforms

The raising of the retirement age being one of the most controversial policies, in a proposal is to hand people the right to work until they are 69, rather than the current cap of 67. 

It is not the first time that Sweden has made a bold statements when it comes to pensions, as part of ...

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