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      Integration: China integrates rural, urban pensions to guarantee social fairness
      The State Council, China's cabinet, has announced the integration of rural and urban pensions as part of efforts to unify the varied pension systems across the country. The audacious reform step, taken on the first work day after the annual Spring Festival in February, was lauded by foreign observers and media as a measure conducive to realizing social equality in China and ...
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      Integration: China to build unified pension system
      China will integrate the basic old-age insurance systems for rural and urban residents to allow people to have equal access to the pension scheme, according to an executive meeting of the State Council on Friday. China's separate systems for rural residents and retired company employees in urban areas have basically included everyone in the country, according to the meeting.
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      Integration: China to reform pension system
      China will reform its pension scheme by unifying the two separate systems for urban and rural residents to allow people better access to social benefits, according to an executive meeting of the State Council on Friday. The move, part of the efforts to address pension payment gaps between urban and rural areas, was announced in a statement issued after the meeting presided ...
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      Challenges: Challenges remain for China's unified pension system
      China's recently declared intention to unify pension schemes for rural residents and unemployed urbanites has won acclaim as a way to narrow the urban-rural gap, but challenges lie ahead. The State Council, China's cabinet, announced unification of the separate urban and rural systems on Friday to allow better access to social benefits.
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      Survey: Over 40 pct dissatisfied with China's pensions
      China's current pension systems differ substantially between government, institutions and enterprises and 41.3 percent of netizens are dissatisfied by the state of affairs. A survey by the China Youth Daily reviewed 50,000 pieces of information randomly picked from 32.1 million submissions to the newspaper from Jan. 1 to Feb. 21 this year.
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      Bigger pensions: Bigger pensions win little praise
      China's yearly increases in pensions in the past decade have drawn less praise than questions as surging prices, widening gaps and regional unbalance dampen the happiness of the country's 74 million-plus retirees. Official data showed that the pension per capita rose from 714 yuan (116.98 U.S. dollars) per month in 2005 to over 2,000 yuan in 2014 following another 10-percent pension lift.
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      Bigger pensions: China boosts pensions for corporate retirees
      The State Council will increase enterprises' retirees' pensions by 10 percent. The decision was made at the Cabinet's executive meeting led by Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday. The move will benefit more than 74 million people who have retired from domestic enterprises. The State Council urged government departments to reform their endowment insurance and pension systems.
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      Proposed reform: Proposed pension reform divides opinion
      Proposed reforms to the pension scheme for China's civil servants has grabbed public attention and divided opinion. The public is critical that government officials do not need to input into the country's pension pool but will enjoy higher annuities after retirement than their peers from enterprises and farming due to different schemes.
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      806 million: 806 million people in pension system
      Some 806.6 million people have joined the pension system on the Chinese mainland as of September, according to the statistics released by the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security on Friday. The first nine months saw about 2.32 trillion yuan ($381 billion) contributed to social insurance funds, a year-on-year rise of 13.7 percent, Yin Chengji, spokesman for the Ministry of Human ...
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      Pension Insurance for All Senior Citizens

       
       
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