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Population ageing affects Hong Kong

Marcus Roberts | 17 February 2014
Hong Kong is concerned about the slowdown in its population growth and its ageing workforce.

Understanding the aging body

Shannon Roberts | 22 December 2013
The ergonomics department at Chemnitz University of Technology is helping to research solutions to an aging workforce for business.

South Korean women say no to babies

Shannon Roberts | 06 November 2013
But is it socially unjust to choose not to have children?

BRICs Throwing the Economic Bathwater out with the Babies

Marcus Roberts | 13 January 2012
The declining workforce in the BRIC countries is to have an impact on their economic growth.
 
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