, Czech Republic
, Emerging Europe and CIS
, Southeast Europe
, Labor Markets and Productivity
European Union (EU) newcomers will be faced with significant demographic pressures in coming decades that will have negative fiscal implications. These Central and Eastern European (CEE) demographic pressures include an increasing life expectancy, lower fertility rates and the baby-boom generation reaching retirement age. Partially due to the fact that Europe has a declining population growth, European countries overall tend to have an older population— known as the "greying of Europe."
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