Japan's success or failure in mitigating the effects of an ageing population is important not only to international investors with eyes on the archipelago, but for all developed nations on the demographic decline.
The population is already ageing fast, with a fifth already aged over 70 years old and a third over 60. As Japan's society ages, the older population moves from a net contributor to the economy to a...
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