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The pensions crunch is coming – here's what to do about it

Brigitte Miksa, Head of International Pensions at Allianz Asset Management, says we need to rethink how we calculate the burden pensions will place on economies. Image: REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes

Brigitte Miksa
Head of International Pensions, Allianz Asset Management
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