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February 10, 2016
Sunisa Hongaroon, a 67-year-old accountant, poses for a portrait while working at a transportation company...
Bangkok, Thailand
Sunisa Hongaroon, a 67-year-old accountant, poses for a portrait while working at a transportation company...
Sunisa Hongaroon, a 67-year-old accountant, poses for a portrait while working at a transportation company in Bangkok, Thailand, February 3, 2016. The World Bank estimates the working-age population will shrink by 11 percent by 2040, the fastest contraction among Southeast Asia's developing countries. Thailand's stage of economic development, the rising cost of living and education, and a population waiting longer to get married are among the reasons it is ageing more quickly than its neighbours. An effective contraception programme in the 1970s also played a part, said Sutayut Osornprasop, a human development specialist at the World Bank in Thailand. Picture taken February 3, 2016. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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