Japan’s demographic time bomb is getting more dire, and it’s a bad omen for the country

told Business Insider last year. In the 1970s, Japanese women on average had 2.1 kids. Today that number is only 1.4 — far below the replacement rate, or the rate at which Japan would maintain its population. The US is suffering from similar problems …
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