The solution involves restructuring of where our health dollars are spent, massive investment in our elderly caring workforces, and radical reform of pension and employment policies. Photo: EPA

Hong Kong must follow Japan’s lead and prepare for the 100-year life

It’s time to tackle not just the health challenges of the very elderly, but the policy changes that will keep them in the workforce for as long as possible, writes David Dodwell

Topic |   Ageing society

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The solution involves restructuring of where our health dollars are spent, massive investment in our elderly caring workforces, and radical reform of pension and employment policies. Photo: EPA
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