Asia’s Worst Aging Fears Begin to Come True (Nikkei Asian Review)
The Asian century is going to be gray.
From Japan and South Korea to China and some parts of Southeast Asia, aging populations are about to fundamentally change societies, business strategies and government policies. Moreover, the trend could tilt the regional and global power balance, as some economies are stunted while others continue to grow on the back of still-plentiful labor.
The aging threat has been discussed for years, but the latest signs suggest the region’s worst fears are beginning to become a reality. READ MORE
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