China’s pathway in dealing with the aging population

China's pathway in dealing with the aging population

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China has one of the most rapidly aging populations in the world, with those over 60 years old projected to reach 30 percent by 2035. How will this impact the country? How has China been dealing with its aging population? And what are the challenges ahead as China’s economy is slowing?

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