Japan on the brink over falling birth rate: Kishida

Japan on the brink over falling birth rate: Kishida

Japan’s prime minister says his country is on the brink of not being able to function as a society because of its falling birth rate. Fumio Kishida said it was a case of “now or never.” Japan, population 125 million, is estimated to have had fewer than 800,000 births last year. In the 1970s, that figure was more than two million.

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