Japanese Seniors Giving Up Driving Isn't Good for the Economy

Seven million "shopping refugees" have no car and live more than 500 meters from a food store

How Japan's Aging Population Is Impacting Its Economy

More and more Japanese senior citizens are giving up driving, condemning many to social isolation, and throwing up another challenge for an economy that's already under pressure from aging.

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