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  • Population Change
    • Poland to UK migration
      • 2004-2007
      • Push factor - 3 POINTS. 19%, 1/3, 300 dwellings for every 1000
      • Pull factors - 3 POINTS
      • IMPACTS IN POLAND - 3 POINTS. 0.3%. 3 million euros in 2006.
      • IMPACTS IN UK - 4 POINTS
    • China one child policy
      • largest population - 1.3 billion
      • 1979
      • BENEFITS
      • EXCEPTIONS
      • EFFECTIVENESS - 400 MILLIONS BIRTHS, 5.7 DOWN TO 1.8.
    • Indonesia
      • 4th largest population -240 million
      • 130 million on the island of Java
      • TRANSMIGRATION POLICY - 1960
      • EFFECTIVENESS - NOT
    • UK ageing population
      • 2005 - 16% over 65
      • 2041 - 25%?
      • 1980-2006 - rose 2.6 years for women and 6.4 years for men.
      • Currently - 81.5, 77.2
      • 1940s+1960s - Baby booms
      • 1940s - pensioner boom
      • since 1970 - less babies
      • Poverty - elderly
      • 2005 -75+ stay 13 nights, but others 8 nights.
      • STRATEGIES - 65+60,2046-68. 2004- 80% UNDER 34. TAX CREDIT, PRIVATE PENSION

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