DAVOS, Switzerland (Kyodo) Japan must increase immigration 11-fold to make up for its shrinking population, according to a study report issued Monday by the World Economic Forum.

The report focuses on the economic implications of slower labor-force growth and the nation’s rapidly aging population. The forum said increased immigration “is among the remedies governments and business have at their disposal.”

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