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Prepared by Anita Tuladhar.
Existing pensioners’ benefits are adjusted downward to ensure consistency with the 1999 pension reform measures that lowers benefits for new pensioners due to the higher number of years used for assessing wages in calculating the pension base and the lower accrual rate. This is expected to increase pensions for existing pensioners at a rate that lags wage growth by .065 percent through 2024.