Japan aims to reduce ‘critical’ suicide rate by 30% over 10 years

At 19.5 suicides per 100,000 people in 2014, Japan ranked sixth in the world … Labor and Welfare Minister Yasuhisa Shiozaki said at a news conference. The new goal is more ambitious than the target set out in the original guideline, published in 2007 …
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