What was once the topic of conversation during the 80s regarding the global economy is once again emerging as a topic of conversation. The world’s most matured society is facing an unprecedented demographic shift, and leaving some important lessons for other developed countries. Japan’s population over 70 is expected to increase to 24% by the end of this decade, while its young and working-age populations shrink and immigration stagnates. Global Advisers explains the potential economic implications, which include housing, health-care, and consequences for small-businesses.

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