Demographic drop-off could spur one-child rethink in China

01/29/2013 | Economist (tiered subscription model), The

China is expected to revisit its one-child policy after its National Bureau of Statistics recently reported a decrease of 3.45 million in the country's working-age population. The effect of any policy change would not be seen for at least 15 years, raising questions about the impact on China's economy.

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