Spain’s immigrant population will increase by 7 to 10 million by 2050

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The loss of population in Spain in recent years as a result of the migratory balance and low birth rates have triggered questions regarding how future pensions will be paid if this trend continues, The Voice of Europe reports.

However, the demographic behaviour of recent years was strongly influenced by the economic crisis, but in the coming years should be “normalised”.

According to the Independent Authority of Fiscal Responsibility (AIReF), far from losing population, Spain will continue to gain population in the coming decades thanks to the increase in fertility and, especially, thanks to immigration, which will provide between 7 and 10 million people through 2050.

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