Japanese Prime Minister Kishida proposes childcare program expected to cost $22 billion to tackle falling birth rate

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. PA Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has proposed a childcare program that is expected to cost the Japanese government about 3 trillion yen ($22.2 billion) a year, according to a report by the Jiji news agency on Thursday. This policy aims to help reverse the decline in the birth rate. The […] More

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