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Japan finally opens new doors for international students

While Japan can no longer claim the lowest birth rate in the world, its rate of 1.44 births per woman is a full point below the global average. The famously insular nation is now taking radical steps to rectify issues, like labour shortages, that result from this. In addition to initiatives like state-sponsored singles nights, it is widening access for international students.

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