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Pension scheme needs reform

NPPF annual report cautions that pension scheme will not sustain without reforms NPPF: The National Pension and Provident Fund’s (NPPF) can sustain its civil pension scheme only until 2042, and the armed forces pension scheme until 2039, if reforms are not undertaken. This was deduced from the funded ratio, a measure of pension system’s unfunded […]

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