Spain has become an arid environment to have children, as the INE data published this week confirm. Last year, 391,390 babies were born in Spain. The figure assumes that there has been 25% fewer births than ten years ago. 128,385 fewer babies were born, a figure equivalent to that of the population of a city like León. The solution, for many, is to go away. In the first half of 2017, more than 82,000 people left Spain. Has Spain become a country where it is better not to have children?

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