RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Latin America has been labeled a young region for years. It still is. People over 60 represent on average just 13 percent of the population. Only Barbados and Uruguay are close to 20 percent. However, Latin America will not be forever young. It is the fastest aging region in the world. It is estimated that by 2050, 27.5 percent will be over 60 years old, one in four inhabitants.
And in another 40 years, in 2090, it will be the region with the oldest population in the world. A total of 36 percent of its . . .