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China is trying to delay its retirement age. Here's why

China's retirement ages have remained static as life expectancy has increased. Image: Unsplash/Ewan Yap

Tripti Lahiri

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The number of retired workers is overtaking China's working-age population. Image: World Bank, Chinese Census

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