The economy with the worst demographic crisis in the G7 is recording the biggest fertility boom in 45 years.
Data released by Germany’s Federal Statistics Office on March 29 said the world’s fourth-largest economy saw a surge of 800,000 in births in 2017, which is a 7% rise year-on-year, or a rise from 1.5 to 1.59 births per woman.
Traditionally, women of foreign citizenship have more children than women of German origin.
Germany has been among the European states with an acute demographic s...

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