Like Hungary before it, Poland wants to get its hands on workers’ private pensions to make its balance sheet look less bleak. by Martin Ehl Poland’s pension system is only 12 years old, but it will soon be facing reform. Michael Boni, who heads Prime Minister Donald Tusk’s group of economic advisers, recently revealed the […]

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