Tag Archives: Aging Demography

China to End One-Child Policy Due to Aging Crisis

By EWAN PALMER : International Business Times, August 5, 2013 1:04 PM GMT Chinese authorities have said they are considering lifting their controversial one-child policy by the end of 2015, according to reports. State news agency Xinhua has said the country will look … Continue reading

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Aging Chinese Face a Bleak Picture

Wall Street Journal/May 30, 2013. By TOM ORLIK High Rates of Poverty, Disability and Mental Illness Haunt Elderly, Pose Growing Economic Challenge An elderly man sits in his house in Yuangudui village, in China’s Gansu province. BEIJING—China’s elderly are poor, sick and … Continue reading

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Ageing China: Changes and challenges

BBC/19 September 2012 Fewer children In the late 1970s and early 1980s, the government advocated a “later, longer, fewer” lifestyle, encouraging people to marry later, have wide gaps between children and fewer children overall. It also instated the controversial one-child … Continue reading

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Demography China’s Achilles heel

A comparison with America reveals a deep flaw in China’s model of growth Apr 21st 2012 | from the print edition. Economist LIKE the hero of “The Iliad”, China can seem invincible. In 2010 it overtook America in terms of … Continue reading

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