Apparently the Post's reporters have been able to get access to information about France's pension laws. It wrongly reported that its pension cutbacks raised the retirement age from 60 to 62. In fact, this is the age of early retirement, which is comparable to the age 62 minimum in the United States for early Social Security benefits. The age for getting full benefits in France is rising from 65 to 67 under the new law. 

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