The demographic bomb ticking under Russia


The population of the Russian Federation dropped by over nine million between 1991 and 2005 and forecasts for the future indicate that the trend will not change. The economy is already unable to survive without immigrant workers. However, their presence has created social and political problems similar to those experienced by wealthy Europe.

The population of the Russian Federation dropped by over nine million between 1991 and 2005 and forecasts for the future indicate that the trend will not change. The economy is already unable to survive without immigrant workers. However, their presence has created social and political problems similar to those experienced by wealthy Europe.

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