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Entitlement pension after reimbursement

I left Switzerland in November 1988 when one was entitled to a reimbursement of the share the employee paid into the pension fund, which I took. I'm wondering if I am still entitled to a Swiss pension as the employer's contribution remained in the fund? If not, then what happened to the emoyer's contributions? I tried to find my pension myself with my ahv number with no luck. I will be 62 in March and if I'm entitled to a swiss pension is that age too early? I already receive a uk pension. Thanks for any help on this!
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