The world is changing. Technological developments, new ways of working and other aspects such as climate change and geopolitical conflicts, are some of the reasons for this world reconfiguration.
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But there is another aspect that could lead the way in global production, which has to do with demographic readjustments, which could benefit countries like Colombia.
And it is that while several countries are already facing the aging of their population, there are others that still have the window of the demographic bonus and that could contribute with labor and production in the coming years.
(Economicast, the Portafolio podcast, is renewed).
In this episode of Economicast, José Andrés Rueda Montaño, a professor at the Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences at Universidad de América, will address the issue of how demographic changes in the world would favor Colombia.
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