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Private-sector pensions a step closer

Publication date 07 March 2021 | 22:35 | ICT

Prime Minister Hun Sen issued a sub-decree that grants pension funds for private-sector employees who are lawful under the Labour Law in a bid to reduce poverty among the elderly and alleviate burgeoning financial burdens on the families



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