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Eurozone | 17 Nov 2020 Population Ageing in Europe is about to Accelerate, Sharply
We have often highlighted population ageing as a key structural trend in the EZ, so with a quiet calender over the next few days, we'll spend our next two Monitors revisiting this theme.

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17 Nov 2020 Population Ageing in Europe is about to Accelerate, Sharply

By Claus Vistesen

We have often highlighted population ageing as a key structural trend in the EZ, so with a quiet calender over the next few days, we'll spend our next two Monitors revisiting this theme.

Posted: 17th Nov 2020 in 'Eurozone'

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