Greece seen having older and much smaller population by 2060


Greece’s population is projected to fall by almost a quarter by 2060, to as low as 8.6 million people from its current level of 11 million, according to the European Union’s 2015 Ageing Report.

The population share of the 65–79 age group will also increase from 14.5 to 17.6 percent, while that of most economically productive demographic, those aged 15–64, will fall almost 11 points to 54.2 percent.

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