Can we afford to pay pensions from the age of 60?
Surely there's no shortage of demand?
Whatever happened to bridge?
Or should they try to embrace a "grey" population?
At the same time, it's working age population is declining.
Higher wages, higher inflation and higher interest rates?
Another headwind for recovering economies...
But the Scandinavian figures are even worse...
Investors are concerned that they won't.
Is China's demography its Achilles heel?
What will happen to Quebec’s cultural distinction?
Don't forget the other population explosion.
Will the economic burden be as bad as we fear?
By 2020 there will be more people over the age of 65 than under the age of five.
For some, prison is just more attractive than the outside world.
An ageing population may make us think more about our own deaths.
Or are its societal norms too deeply ingrained?
Is the USA's slow economic recovery due to the retiring baby boomers?
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