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South Korea’s fertility rate falls below 1.0

December 12, 2019

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CWN Editor's Note: According to the report, “In 2018 the fertility rate in South Korea—the number of children a woman generates in her life—fell to 0.98, much lower than 2.1, the rate that guarantees the balance between births and deaths and which would allow the country a stable population.”

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