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By now most readers are aware that U.S. birth rates have fallen to all-time lows.
I had my ultrasound yesterday. If only people would open their eyes and see the wonder
The South Korean city may lose its megacity status next year. A city with fewer people can be challenging but that is a future to be confronted bravely, says Steven Borowiec.
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Source: The Economist
Chinese academics recently delivered a stark warning to the country’s leaders:
MANILA, Philippines — As Asia remains “on track to become one of the oldest regions” in the world in the next few decades, the need for domestic helpers also grows rapidly, the International Labor Organization (ILO) said yesterday.
The latest Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry data underlines the accelerating decline of Japan’s population with an ever-falling number of births.
As the population ages and shrinks, the country is making it easier for foreigners to work and become citizens.