Kuwait’s government proposed gradually raising the retirement age by three years starting from 2024, its finance minister Abulwahab Mohammed al-Rushaid said on Thursday.
The government will also present a law in parliament about paying retirees a one-time grant of 3,000 dinars, al-Rushaid added.
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