Why Can’t Korea Solve its Fertility Pro…

South Korea’s fertility rate, which was 1.05 in 2017, is projected to have dipped under 1.0 in 2018 – the lowest of low fertility rates globally, with the exception of one or two city-states. The drop is astonishing if we consider the actual number of newborn children. In the early 1970s, more than a million children were born annually in South Korea. This number has dropped to less than 400,000.

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