Japan's aging population and stagnating birthrate has led the industry giant to offer cash bonuses and free child care to encourage people to have more children. The tiny town of Nagi has doubled its birthrate in a decade.
The Japanese government has approved plans for raising the optional age for drawing public pensions to 71 or older. It is trying to grapple with labor shortages, ballooning welfare costs and an ageing population.
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