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Mitali Das and Papa N’Diaye – China is on the eve of a demographic shift that will have profound consequences on its
economic and social landscape. Within a few years the working age population will reach a
historical peak, and will then begin a precipitous decline. The core of the working age
population, those aged 20–39 years, has already begun to shrink. With this, the vast supply of
low-cost workers—a core engine of China’s growth model—will dissipate, with potentially
far-reaching implications domestically and externally.
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