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El debate sobre las pensiones en EE UU: A favor de la privatización
Vol. 11, No. 59 (Sep. - Oct., 1997), pp. 81-88, 91-98
Published by: Estudios de Política Exterior S. A.
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In Europe, as well as in the United States, the burden of entitlement expenses is already so great as to slow economic growth. The solution is to substitute the traditional social security system with a mandate for all to put away savings in a mix of stocks and bonds. Not only would the elderly be safe from poverty, but for the first time people of low and moderate means would accumulate significant personal savings.
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