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Japan's population decreasing at fastest postwar rate - 1st Jan 2011

3 years agoNews : The Coming Crisis

Japan's population decreased in 2011 at the fastest pace in the postwar era with the decline, calculated by deducting the number of deaths from that of births, coming to an estimated 204,000, health ministry estimates showed Saturday. The decrease was over 1.5 times higher than the revised figure of about 125,000 the year before and was the biggest since comparable data became available in 1947, the survey said.
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Japan July nuclear plant usage falls to 33.9 percent - 1st Aug 2011

News : The Coming Crisis (3 years ago)

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Japan: Population in 3 disaster-hit prefectures drops by more than 80,000

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