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Iran leads Muslim countries in fertility decline

Shannon Roberts | 20 April 2014
In recent years the country has experienced one of the most steeply falling fertility rates in the world.

Japan slowly cruising into financial shipwreck

Michael Cook | 16 November 2009
Is Japan headed for financial meltdown because of decades of below replacement-level birth rates? Ambrose Evans-Pritchard says that doom is nigh in a recent column in the London Sunday Telegraph. He quotes a number of economists
 
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