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When Romanian leadership changed in 1989, the brutal policy finally came crashing down.But at 1.31 children per woman, the fertility rate is still well below replacement.There are few things more important than fertility in determining a nation's future viability.Demographers suggest that a country needs a fertility rate of just over two children per woman to hit "replacement fertility" -- the rate at which new births fill the spaces left behind by deaths.That problem led to a series of provocative ads in 2014, including one that read "Be responsible -- don't use a condom tonight." Another, geared toward men who lived at home, asked, "Isn't it time you broke up with your Mum?" The ads seem to be working: By the latest measure, the population has inched back to 69,000.But because of certain cultural and economic forces, only about half of the world's 224 countries currently hit replacement fertility.If you aren't going to have a kid for your own family, Danes are told, at least do it for Denmark. The small Nordic country has such a low fertility rate -- about 1.73 children per woman -- that Spies Rejser, a Danish travel company, has come up with ingenious incentives to persuade women to get pregnant.
Now it has come up with a sexy campaign video titled "Do it for Mom," which guilt trips couples into having kids to give their precious mothers a grandchild. On the Day of Conception, people get the day off to focus on having kids.
It's the second-highest rate in Europe, behind Greece.