-> Real GDP growth has two components: Productivity growth and demographic growth. With declining demographics in the developed countries investors need to find growth elsewhere.
-> In his book "Economic Cycles, Debt and Demographics", Carlos Alegria explains the demographic trends in the coming decades and its implications across the globe. It includes warnings on China's and Korea's demographic busts, to Japan's second demographic bust, in Asia; to countries in South America with positive demographics outlooks. With the right insights, investors can avoid being blindsided by secular macroeconomic trends resulting from demographic changes.
-> Check out the book here: Book Website
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The data up to 2020 correspond to population estimates from the UN population division, based on census data for each country.
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Our standard demographic reports are produced using the following assumptions:
------ Fertility rates will remain the same as in the average of the previous 5 years.
------ Death rates by age group will remain the same as in the average of the previous 5 years.
------ Net Migration rates will remain the same as in the average of the previous 5 years.
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