A Japanese soccer fan wipes her tears as Japan loses their 2014 World Cup soccer match against Colombia, at a public viewing event in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters/Issei Kato A Japanese soccer fan wipes her tears as Japan loses their 2014 World Cup soccer match against Colombia, at a public viewing event in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters/Issei Kato
A Japanese soccer fan wipes her tears as Japan loses their 2014 World Cup soccer match against Colombia, at a public viewing event in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters/Issei Kato

7 signs Japan has become a ‘demographic time bomb’

Chris Weller suggests that there are more signs than one to indicate that social-security costs are going to apply more pressure on the next generation in Japan

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A Japanese soccer fan wipes her tears as Japan loses their 2014 World Cup soccer match against Colombia, at a public viewing event in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters/Issei Kato A Japanese soccer fan wipes her tears as Japan loses their 2014 World Cup soccer match against Colombia, at a public viewing event in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters/Issei Kato
A Japanese soccer fan wipes her tears as Japan loses their 2014 World Cup soccer match against Colombia, at a public viewing event in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters/Issei Kato
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