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Malaysia can learn from Japan in managing its ageing population, says Japanese ambassador

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The number of people over 65 years old in Malaysia is projected to triple from two million at present to over six million by 2040. Japanese ambassador to Malaysia Katsuhiko Takahashi said Japan, which already has a huge greying population, is keen to share its experience and expertise in managing them.
2 months ago·Japan

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The Star Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia can learn from Japan in managing ageing population

KUALA LUMPUR: With the number of people over age 65 in Malaysia projected to triple from two million at present to more than six million by 2040, Malaysia needs to learn from Japan on how to manage its ageing population.

2 months ago·Malaysia
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Malay Mail

Malaysia can learn from Japan in managing its ageing population, says Japanese ambassador

KUALA LUMPUR, June 27 — With the number of people over 65 years in Malaysia projected to triple from two million at present to over six million by 2040, Malaysia needs to learn from Japan on how to manage its ageing population.Japanese Ambassador to Malaysia Katsuhiko Takahashi said Japan, which already has a huge greying population, is keen to share its experience and expertise in managing them in an effort to improve the society’s quality of l…

2 months ago·Selangor, Malaysia
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