France passes pension reform law

By Andy Rice 10 November 2010

France's controversial pension reform law, which was passed by parliament in October, received the go-ahead from the French Constitutional Court on Tuesday, and was published in the country's Official Journal on Wednesday. The law, which sparked massive public protests, will see the minimum pension age rise to 62. Read more: Reuters, via Times Live

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