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PIA issues warning over end of year deadline for phase one

The PIA has issued a warning to firms about missing the December 31 1998 deadline for completion of phase one of the pensions review.


PIA Chairman Joe Palmer says: &#34The significance of this deadline has been made clear since it was set in Spring 1997.&#34


He added that the introduction of the PASS review means that there are no excuses left for failing to complete these priority cases.

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