Germany tries to stem population loss

08/14/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Germany, like many countries in Europe, is struggling with low fertility rates and an aging population. Unless something changes, the country could lose nearly one-fifth of its population by 2060, according to experts. Germany is trying to counteract this trend and maintain a strong labor force, but it faces several problems, including a culture that has discouraged mothers from holding down full-time jobs outside the home.

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