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DEMOGRAPHIC trends can be glacial, but no less crushing and even the slightest acceleration is alarming.
KUALA LUMPUR: Demand for fertility services is anticipated to increase due to global demographic and lifestyle changes, according to TMC Life Sciences Bhd group chief executive officer Nadiah Wan.(pic)
WHAT to expect in 2022: The coming year may lay the ground for an extended period of global growth.
WITH a rising global ageing population, the official age of retirement is edging upwards in most developed countries.
Indications are that the country’s population is growing old at a faster rate that had been previously thought. What are the repercussions economically and socially?
GLOBALLY, the pace of population ageing is much faster than before, as people are generally living longer and fertility rates are falling. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), one in six people in the world will be aged 60 and above in the next nine years.