Tuesday, 21st, 2017 | 3:00AM Updated

Aging population has become a problem not only in China, but also in Japan, Germany, Brazil, South Korea, United States, and much of Western Europe.
Cases of Alzheimer’s Disease in China to Triple by 2050

Workers prepare socks at a facility in Shanghai. China's manufacturing sector is being hit hard by the country's aging population.
China’s Workforce Crisis Forcing Global Brands to Pack Up

An aging population brings with it significantly more pensioners.
Aging Problem to Bring Challenges to China: World Bank Report

Policy shifts are needed to adopt to changes on social dynamics and employment brought about by China's two-child policy.
Family-friendly Workplace Rules Needed if Two-child Policy Is Implemented

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A caregiver attends to an elderly at a nursing home in Jinan, capital of Shandong Province.
Beijing to Address Care Services for Seniors, According to Development Plan

China has called on foreign tech firms to share their knowledge on robotics and tap into the market in China, the world's largest robotics market.
China Urges Foreign Companies to Share Robot Know-how

China's elderly and aging population can now avail of the new Sivantos hearing aids.
German Firm Introduces Hearing Aid for China’s Aging Population

A Chinese care worker holds children on her lap as she cares for them at a foster care center in Beijing, April 2, 2014.
China Lifts One-child Policy, Couples Now Allowed Two Children

China's one-child policy has resulted in a fast-aging population.
China's Aging Population to Result in Labor Shortage

Huang Qifan, mayor of Chongqing, speaks before delegates of city infrastructure forum in 2013.
Chongqing Offers Projects Worth Billions to Private Investors via PPP

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