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October 01, 2004

State's data inadequate, pensions adviser says

Adair Turner, the respected former business consultant, said that his review, expected in the summer but now due on October 12, had been delayed by the paucity of government information on pensions. He added that his review was made even more difficult because the Government Actuary’s Department had tended to be over-optimistic in its mortality predictions.

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Posted by Tom Troceen