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The region is aging fast; is LatAm ready for this demographic challenge?

By Sebastián Osorio Idárraga

The population is aging.

It is a recurrent and common phrase to hear, especially in work environments, which reflects that there is a lack of people in the workforce to meet the demands in different economic sectors, as is happening in the United States, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

And Latin America and the Caribbean is no stranger to this phrase and this aging phenomenon.

The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) projects that the region will reach its maximum number of inhabitants in 2056, with a . . .

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