Japan has become a ‘demographic time bomb’ — here’s the truth about what that means

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 20 years. Japan has coped with this demographic time bomb in …
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