Government to pay pension contributions for women on maternity leave at 10% of their monthly earnings, Nazarbayev

June 2013
Kazakhstan General Newswire;6/10/2013, p1
Astana. June 10. INTERFAX-KAZAKHSTAN - The government will pay pension contributions for women at 10% of their monthly earnings during maternity leave, said Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev.


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