The policy shift reminds people of the trauma they endured under decades of population control in China.
Immigration levels above 300,000 will be the “new normal” as businesses look to fill labour gaps created by an aging population.
“There is no direct government incentive to increase the fertility rate in Canada.”
Japan, not Jakarta, is struggling with an aging population.
A robotics company in Belgium has spread their service bots everywhere from care homes to hospitals.
Crime in Japan is still minuscule compared to most countries, but so few babies are being born that the elderly are now committing more crimes than the country's youth.