On average French workers retire at 62 with a publicly-funded pension equal to 74pc of their final salary (88pc for some railway staff), compared to 29pc in Britain. “It is a hangover from the industrial era but now it is considered an ‘acquis social’ from the French state. The issue is neuralgic,” said Jonathan Fenby, from TS Lombard.
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