French pension cut becomes law

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French president Nicolas Sarkozy's contentious measure to raise the state pension age from 60 to 62 has been passed by the second chamber.

France's Constitutional Council approved the pension bill today, saying it does not breach constitutional rules despite bitter opposition from the left. The reform, designed to cut the pension deficit,...

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