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These countries have the most generous pensions

Pensioners in the UK are suffering the worst deal of any OECD country, whereas Croatians receive 129% of their working wage. Image: REUTERS/Jon Nazca

Rob Smith


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UK pensioners get 29% of a working wage when they retire Image: REUTERS/Kevin Coombs
Percentage of a working wage retirees receive around the world Image: OECD

Global pensions crisis will create a $400tn shortfall Image: World Economic Forum

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