Japan’s Nagi town stems falling birth rate | Video
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Japan’s Nagi town stems falling birth rate | Video(Updated: )
The number of babies born in Japan is falling faster than expected. Due to the low birth rate and a fast-aging society, Japan's population is projected to shrink by almost a third by 2065. Rural Japan is the hardest hit. But Nagi town shows that it's not impossible to stem the trend. Michiyo Ishida reports.