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Should retirement age for women be raised? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2019-12-23 10:52:34 |Display all floors
At the 18th China's Economic Forum, Huang Qifan, deputy head of the China Center for International Economic Exchanges, said that the retirement age for women should rise from 50 to 60, the same as men do. If implemented, the policy is likely to add about 1 trillion yuan to the pension fund each year and ease the burden in many provinces with pension fund shortage. What do you think?



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Post time 2019-12-24 10:22:12 |Display all floors
Agree.

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Post time 2019-12-24 15:06:41 |Display all floors
OK, of course, because Chinese folks are healthier and wealthier by the days. Women can work much longer than 60 yr old without any issue as being seen every where in China; whereas, men are never too old at 65 to work. Look and see, how many millions older Chinese folks ( men and women ) are travelling around the globe annually with pension fund inputs ?

Very fortunate that China's pension system can support its nationals ( pensioners) for their life time plus health care benefits for a life long time without question about asset tests of capabilities, collectively.

Yet, there are many who are dissatisfied with it and move overseas with their funds and assets. Their dreams of double-dipping or treble-dipping in welfare systems are coming to end as foreign nations have become too aware of such foul plays. Typically, Australia is officially launching a "collection system" to retrieve "cheated welfare funds" which is understandable.  Hence, China must never allow multiple-passport holders or dual citizens to enjoy such China's unique welfare system for the people of China ( the loyalists ).  

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