Throughout recorded history, human life spans have been short. The health implications of aging are not just a concern for Baby Boomers and the Silent Generation. As the Trends editors forecast nearly thirty years ago, aging is destroying the economies of Europe and Japan while slowing recovery in North America and potentially dooming the emergence of China. But new technology seems poised to overcome these trends. What are the demographic implications? How will this transform geopolitical and economic realities? What opportunities and risks do you need to consider? We’ll show you.
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