French government prepares high-stakes pension reform


President Emmanuel Macron has made clear the French will have to work longer, with the legal retirement age potentially pushed by as much as three years to 65.

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The French government is consulting unions and potential allies to see if it could get a highly unpopular pension reform adopted by a fragmented parliament without causing mass protests that could paralyse the country, reports Yahoo! News.