Germany

Population, ageing and immigration: Germany's demographic question

Germany cannot expect to see a sustained, moderate shrinking of its retirement-age population until after 2060. Image: REUTERS/Michaela Rehle

Michael Heise

Chief Economist, Economic Research and Corporate Development, Allianz SE

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