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    demographic-economic context

    I'm translating a document from French to English, and I use the following sentence to render the French version: To question a right is felt like an injustice by its beneficiary, even if the demographic-economic context has changed since its formulation and necessitates a redefinition. Does that sound correct in English, more specifically the demographic-economic context, which in French is: le contexte demographico-économique.



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    Re: demographic-economic context

    To question a right will be considered unjust by its beneficiary, even if changes in the demographic/economic context have necessitated a redefinition.

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