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Vietnam to enter aging population stage in 2026

Twenty percent of Vietnam’s population will be 60 years of age or older within the next 20 years, resulting in the country experiencing an “elderly population crisis”.

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Aging in Vietnam: The elderly to account for 20.4% by 2050

Aging in Vietnam: The elderly to account for 20.4% by 2050

It takes Vietnam only 20 years to transform from 7% to 14% of the population aged 65 and over.

Aging heads of association: a humanitarian crisis

Aging heads of association: a humanitarian crisis

Some persons have been chairs of associations for six terms.

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Short-lived legal documents cause a hindrance to firms

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Education Ministry makes bold moves to keep preschool and primary teachers stay

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