Pension reform plans in France worry workers

The French government’s plan to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64 worries many people, especially those in physically demanding professions. While the government says there will be opportunities for early retirement depending on working conditions, we meet French metalworkers who remain worried about their future. Also in this bulletin, the owner of Uniqlo, Fast Retailing, increases the wages of its Japanese employees by 40%. A week earlier, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida urged businesses to do more to help people fight inflation. But first, let’s look at the World Bank’s gloomy forecast for the global economy in 2023.


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