Is Japan a dying country?
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Is Japan a dying country?(Updated: )
In Nagoro, Japan, creepy life-sized dolls outnumber the living. They are made by one of the town's last remaining 27 residents.
Nagoro reflects the demographic crisis affecting Japan. With a low birth rate and high life expectancy, Japan’s population is projected to shrink by almost a third by 2065.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has declared a "womenomics" policy and revised immigration law, to bolster the workforce. But is it too little too late?