Save Germany Population
Germany and Japan are the two advanced countries among all whose demographics aren't healthy at all. Birth rate in Germany has been in the decline since 1970. Although the working age population could therefore live with low dependency ratio on their shoulders in the 80s and had more discretionary income, which sparked the prosperity that's seen in the 80s, the overall population has been aging due to low birth rate. The old population has surpassed the young in 1998.
Germany's demographics isn't much of a threat to its economy because Germany's GDP growth is sustained by exports, which account for over 40% of GDP.
15 to 64 Years Old (%, L)210054.47%
15 Years Old and Under (%, L)210014.23%
65 Years Old and Above (%, L)210031.30%
Germany Total Population (Thousands, R)210074,740.60k