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Japan’s Nagi town stems falling birth rate | Video

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.

Japan’s Nagi town stems falling birth rate | Video

08 Oct 2019 12:44am
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.

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