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In the EU15 states, the general retirement age is 65 years. In most new Member States, the retirement age will be raised to the same level over the next decade. Denmark, France, Germany and Spain have decided to raise the retirement age from 65 to 67 years, while the goal is 68 years in Britain and Ireland. For the main part, the changes in retirement ages will occur in the 2020s. The following table of comparison offers more details.
In Finland, Cyprus, Denmark, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal and Slovakia, the retirement age will be linked to the development of the expected life expectancy. In Britain the retirement age will be raised taking into account the life expectancy. In the Czech Republic, the retirement age will be raised with a fixed increase of two months without an upper limit every year.
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