Privatized pension systems are a remarkable Latin American
innovation. Chile led the way in 1980, replacing a
government-run pension system with privately managed pension
savings accounts. José Piñera, aged just 30, was
the architect of the project when he served as secretary of
labor and social security. A year after setting up the system,
he quit public service and has spent the last 22 years
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