Is China's demography its Achilles heel?
Bloomberg Business discusses a subject close to this blog's heart
How will China cope with diminishing population and prestige?
Pay parents? Subsidise childcare? Longer maternity leave?
It's all down to a lack of kinder.
Are demographic fears part of the reason for last month's results?
The New York Times gives its readers a glimpse of the view that maybe the world isn't doomed to inexorable demographic increase.
The effect of last year's earthquake is exacerbating Japan's economic problems that demography is causing.
The declining workforce in the BRIC countries is to have an impact on their economic growth.