Halting immigration would drastically reduce the working age population of G-7 nations, potentially slowing growthHalting immigration would drastically reduce the working age population of G-7 nations, potentially slowing growth
It may have fallen out of political favor, but a world without migration looks bleak for advanced economies.
Analysis of United Nations data by Fitch Ratings shows halting immigration would drastically reduce the potential working population of Group-of-Seven nations, leaving aging societies more dependent on a smaller labor force and resulting in greater financial stress on pension systems and potentially slower growth.
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