Migrants are key for aging Greeks

Greece’s population will start shrinking in the next decade and this is seen as hurting the economy, as the country’s aging work force staggers under the weight of the social security system, according to a report from a leading Greek bank. Alpha Bank said in a report on Greece’s aging population that, despite the continual inflow of migrants to the country, the population will start to shrink as of 2015.
(23.09.05)   Kathimerini English Edition   ()