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Moscow’s pension plans are getting in the way of its ambitions as a financial center

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Moscow’s chances of becoming an international financial center will suffer from the Russian government’s proposal to reduce the amount paid into the funded part of pension system, deputy mayor Andrey Sharonov said.

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