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• The measures had no implications for private sector workers, where the average retirement age is around 61.
SPAIN: • The government faces growing anger over steps taken to rein in the public deficit.
• Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero tested the waters on pension reform in February when he announced plans to to raise the retirement age to 67 from 65, causing widespread outrage among Spaniards.
• Men and women in the public and private sectors can still retire before 65 if they have worked for long enough under a system which combines workers' age with the number of years of pension contributions paid.EU figures show the average retirement age is 61 in Greece, 62 in Germany and 59.4 in France.Here are details of some of the changes planned in retirement following austerity measures around Europe: FRANCE: • Raising France's statutory retirement age, which at 60 is one of the EU's lowest, is the linchpin of a reform plan.›› Free brochure: Top 10 retirement tips NETHERLANDS: An incoming Dutch government must focus on cutting spending, wind down stimulus measures and adopt much-needed structural reforms, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) said on June 16.
• The OECD proposed a number of austerity and reform measures that would help cut the budget deficit, including a hike in the retirement age to 67 from 65 as quickly as possible.star and twin sister of Ashley Olsen and her husband, who is former French President Nicolas Sarkozy's half-brother, tied the knot at a private home in Manhattan in front of some 50 guests.