‘This is death to the family’: Japan’s fertility crisis is creating economic and social woes never seen before

Japan had sunk to a critical threshold known as “replacement fertility,” the bare minimum to avoid losing population. “In those days, women’s university enrollment rate exceeded 40%,” Tokyo University economist Hiroshi Yoshida tells Business Insider.
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