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Opinion

Japan needs to address its child poverty problem

Investing in children brings benefits to them and to declining population

| Japan

With a rapidly aging and declining population, human capital is one of Japan's most precious resources. Yet despite Japan's need to draw on every individual in the workforce, there is a section of the population whose potential is being overlooked: children in poverty.

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