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Japan's rapidly declining population could throw up problems and investment opportunities
Thursday 04 May 2017 Author: David Stevenson

Japan’s population will fall to 88m by 2065 and hit just 51m by 2115 says the National Institute of Population and Social Security Research based in Tokyo. This represents a decline of 31% and 60% respectively.

Japan’s demographics, with over a quarter of the population over 65 years old, presents productivity issues. Robotics could provide a solution.

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