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  • Service: Tax, International Executive Services, Global Compliance Management Services, International Tax
  • Type: Regulatory update
  • Date: 8/6/2013

China - What happens when China’s workers retire? 

August 6: Since opening up its economy some 30 years ago, China has grown to become second only to the United States in terms of economic size—and China’s vast labor force has been one of the key drivers of this economic growth cycle.

But what happens when the same labor force reaches retirement age?


A KPMG report examines China’s current demographic shift as well as the potential effect on people and businesses operating in China, and highlights possible solutions to mitigate the impact of the demographic changes that will take place in China.


Read a July 2013 report [PDF 2 MB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in China: China's labor force: What happens when China's workers retire?




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