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Can Japan Keep Its Population Above 100 Million?

Japan's not the only developed nation faced with an aging population, but is unique in that its total population is on the decline. A recent draft version of Basic Policies for Economic and Fiscal Management and Reform, released by the Japanese government last week, sets a goal of keeping the population above 100 million for the next fifty years. But considering how difficult it will be to manage such a feat, it’s . . .

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