Experts: Changing demographics heart of world's future

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March 14, 2013 03:27

 
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The reverse of the oft-used cliche “the children are our future” is equally true, economic experts at the Herzliya Conference noted on Wednesday: lack of children are also our future.

Changing demographics and an “intergenerational conflict” hold the key to understanding where the world economy, and the politics around it, are headed, experts from Israel, China and the US pointed out.

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