Lee Kuan Yew urges Singapore to take in more immigrants

The Global Times, 21 Mar 2013
Singapore's former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew said Wednesday that his country must take in migrants to make up for its low total fertility rate.
He made the remarks at a fireside chat organized by Standard Chartered Bank here, along with Paul Volcker, 85, former chairman of the US Federal Reserve (1979-1987).
He said Japan has aging population, but "they refused to take migrant". "So I see a nation reduced to half in 20 years, and if it still continues with the same policy, reduced to a further half, and eventually, it is all over!" he added. Full story
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