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China’s second child policy has failed to boost population growth

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China's population is projected to peak in 2029 and then start to see a negative population growth in 2030, said China's top state think tank. Latest data shows that the most populous regions in China have started to show signs of sharp declines in the number of newborns, indicating that the government's move to end the one-child policy has failed to boost the country's population growth.

China’s population is expected to reach 1.442 billion in 2029 and then begin to fall in . . .


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