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02. Patcharawalai_20090423.pptAsia Countries At the Crossroad
Political Disorder Mature/Stable Liberal Democracy
Mature/Stable Market Economy
Strategic Gap II “Our Competitive Position in the Global Economy”
Strategic Gap I “Get out of the Crisis”
Challenges Facing Asia
The Second Strategic Gap: wider and wider
Strategic Gap II “Our Competitive Position in the
Global Economy”
Source: Adapted from Maecinsee
The transition of age structure has shifted the two groups of dependent population, the young and old. The share of the young population has shifted from high to low percentage and the share of the elderly population has changed in the opposite direction.
Different stages
1st DD: Group I starts fading around 2010, ends 2020-2040
BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
THE PHILIPPINES
Based on Bloom et al; Mason
Source: Golini, 2006
Trends in Aging, by World Region Population Ages 65 and Older Percent
Source: United Nations, World Population Prospects: The 2004 Revision (medium scenario), 2005.
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