Shinzo Abe is ageing an issue of his summit

"The company is in the process of aging and shrink rapidly (...) We must not look away from this problem." Before joining Emmanuel Macron, came to Japan for a

Shinzo Abe is ageing an issue of his summit

"The company is in the process of aging and shrink rapidly (...) We must not look away from this problem." Before joining Emmanuel Macron, came to Japan for a bilateral visit before the G20 summit, the prime minister of japan, Shinzo Abe, called on Wednesday of his fellow citizens to action. Aging, enemy of all developed societies, is one of the themes of this G20 summit, whose participants hope to outline a "society 5.0" that would put the operation of the digital data, to the service of the common good.

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"The Twentieth century was the century of the population explosion. The Twenty-first will be that of ageing", according to the demographer, Rikiya Matsukura, of Nihon University. Between a birth to half-mast and a longer life expectancy, the Archipelago grisons. A third of its population was already over 65 years of age. Economic consequences: a gradual increase, and some of ...

Updated Date: 01 July 2019, 00:00

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