Declining birth rate threatens future population bonuses
The Jakarta Post
When Maria Ananta, 41, a lecturer at a private university in Yogyakarta, and her spouse married 16 years ago, they decided to use contraception to postpone having children because both felt too young and not ready to make a full commitment to offspring.
She still does not regret not having children.
“My family is still alright without children. I think the idea of children is just ...
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