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China population: a private pension plan is coming, but will people carve out a piece of their savings?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]For the first time ever, tax deductions will be available on personal pension contributions, but can people be convinced to carve out a piece of their savings to participate in the coming system?

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For the first time ever, tax deductions will be available on personal pension contributions, but can people be convinced to carve out a piece of their savings to participate in the coming system?
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