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Searching for a silver lining to Europe’s age-old problem
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An aging population is a problem Europe has been grappling with for some time.

In this edition of Real Economy, hosted by Maithreyi Seetharaman, we look at the problems posed by a maturing society and some of the solutions being explored.

We have a report frorm Italy, which has more reason than most EU states to be concerned by this demographic dilemma, and we venture north to Finland to see how catering for an elderly community is boosting growth in the burgeoning e-healthcare sector, in a project supported by the European Regional Development Fund.

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