Spain by 2050 will be a depopulated nation dominated by elderly and single people, according to a report.
Spain's population set to drop 11% by 2050. Low birth rate and high life expectancy ‘will lead to 5.3 million fewer inhabitants and over-65s making up 34% of total.
A quarter of a million Spaniards will be over 100 years old. By that date, there will be 1.7 million fewer children under 10 than there are today.