- n.退休金，养老金( pension的名词复数 );
Minimum pensions and wages are to be indexed to inflation.
Pensions have increased in real terms over the last twenty years.
With all these different pensions, you're going to have a job to keep track.
The Prime Minister is believed to have ruled out cuts in child benefit or pensions.
It was a question of making sure certain needs were addressed, notably in the pensions area.
Pensions are linked to inflation, whereas they should be linked to the cost of living.
The company engaged in a deliberate effort to cheat them out of their pensions.
She was still the watchdog on pensions.
Employer's Return of Remuneration and Pensions file of the ABOVE business.
A trustee shall be appointed to manage enterprise pensions ( Article 15 ).
应指定受托人管理企业年金 ( 第15条 ).
We will increase basic age pensions for enterprise retirees by 10 %.
Since 2005, spending on health insurance, pensions, and education has roughly doubled.
自2005年起, 医疗保险 、 退休保险和教育开支则翻了一番.
The report's main finding is that pensions are inadequate.
The cost of their pensions is rising by the minute.
Share options and pensions may also come under fire.
The Big Three American carmakers—General Motors, Ford and Chrysler—accumulated ruinous costs over the post-war years, such as gold-plated health plans and pensions for workers who retired as young as 48.
The World Economic Forum plans to consider the future of pensions and health care at its prestigious Davos conference early next year.
To avoid fiscal (财政) meltdown, public pensions and health-care provision will have to be reined back severely and taxes may have to go up
By far the most effective method to restrain pension spending is to give people the opportunity to work longer, because it increases tax revenues and reduces spending on pensions at the same time.
Younger people today mostly accept that they will have to work for longer and that their pensions will be less generous