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GDP: Blangiardo, with a population decline of -560 billion in 2070

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(ANSA) – ROME, AUGUST 25 – “Today’s GDP is about 1,800 billion, in 2070 we will have something like 1,200 billion, that is 560 billion less, or 32% less GDP just for the demographic change” . This was stated by the president of Istat, Giancarlo Blangiardo, in a round table at the Rimini Meeting, explaining the effects of demographic dynamics on GDP. “As of June 1 of this year, there are 58.87 million residents in Italy, in ten years we will have 57.628 million, that is, we will have lost 1.2 million people. From 2014 to today we have already lost 1.3 million. In 2052 we lose 5 million people, if we go to 2070 we lose an abundant 11 million people “, explained the president of Istat, illustrating the numbers of the demographic decline.

“There are more deaths than births, but not only from the pandemic. In the first 5 months of 2008, 232 thousand children were born in Italy, in the first five months of 2022 149 thousand children were born in Italy, 100 thousand disappeared. The variation is 36% “, Blangiardo emphasized. In Italy “there are no mothers: in 2008 there were 14 million women of productive age, today we have reached 11.7 million, in ten years there will be 10.4 million, in 30 years there will be 9 million”, concluded the president Istat, indicating this as one of the technical causes of the low birth rate in Italy. (HANDLE).

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