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下の文を和訳していただけませんか? If you are young, aging parents may not be your biggest concern, but they are a mojor concern for the governmental, social, and financial leaders of the world, particularly for those in japan. The parcentage of people over age 65 is increasing worldwide, from about 7 percent in 2005 to a predicted 15 percent by 2005. Japan already has one of the largest over-65 populations. According to population projections prepared by the Statistics Bureau of Japan's Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, 22.5 percent of the Japanese population was expected to be 65 or older in 2010. They expect that number ti increase to 33.2 percent by 2040, resulting in Japan having the largest percentage of over 65-year-old in the world. What effects will such an enormous number of elderly people have on society.


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もしあなたが若ければ、年老いた両親が最大の関心事にならないかもしれませんが、世界の政治的、社会的、財政的リーダーたち、とりわけ日本のリーダーたちにとっては大きな関心事なのです。65歳以上の老人の割合は世界で増加しています。2005年に7%であったのが2005年までに予測された15%になります。日本はすでに65歳以上の老人人口が最も多い国の1つです。日本の厚生労働省の統計局によって用意された人口予測によりますと、2010年には、日本の人口の22.5%が65歳以上のお年寄りとなります。2040年までにはその数字が33.2%に増えると予測しています。その結果、日本は世界で65歳を超える老人の割合が最も高くなります。そのような異常に大きい老人の数は、社会にどんな影響を及ぼすのでしょう。 以上でいかがでしょうか?





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