(Bloomberg) -- Population aging is expectedto drag on U.S. growth, and the hit could besubstantial.

The retirement of baby boomers in thedecade between 2010 and 2020 will lower GDP growth per capita by1.2 percentage point a year from what would have been thecase if the nation's demographics had held steady, accordingto a National Bureau of Economic Research study out thisweek.

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