Asia-Pacific countries now have more working-aged people – UN

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26 April 2016 – If Asia-Pacific countries do not start planning
for demographic changes, they will miss out on a unique opportunity to
boost growth and investments for the future, risking a surge in youth frustration
and exacerbating instability, the United Nations Development Programme
(UNDP)
underlined today in its latest Regional Human Development Report.

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Democratic coexistence is the most fitting solution

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We need to take an
appreciative first step toward the path of developing mutual
trust. Mutual give and take with an open
mind to leave out something, even if very dear, and
formulate an atmosphere of compromise suitable in a
pluralistic society will be the only answer to break. In a modern world we cannot shut our
eyes to the events elsewhere. We cannot exist in isolation.
Barriers are crumbling down and all kinds of people

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