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7 signs Japan has become a 'demographic time bomb'

Business Insider Sunday, 19 March 2017
7 signs Japan has become a 'demographic time bomb'Japan is dealing with what economists call a "demographic time bomb."

Through a vicious cycle of low fertility and low consumer spending, the country's economy has gradually shrunk over the last 25 years.

People are living longer, and they're heaping greater social-security costs onto younger generations who aren't having...
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