Yes, Mexico's system relies on individual accounts. And even a "leftist firebrand" isn't undoing that.
In which it turns out that the reason for the current French strike, and the public support, is not just a defense of super-early retirement ages but worry about a complete re-do of their pension system.
Mercer says the best retirement systems tick boxes in all three categories of adequacy, sustainability, and integrity. What do you think?
Who's game for a Scandinavian retirement system?
Are you good with a mandating that employees save for retirement, following the Australian model?