China Struggles With Costs of 1-Child Policy
Too little, too late
By: Joe CB Leung
The publication of China’s latest census, followed shortly by the Politburo’s announcement of a shift to a three-child policy, has rippled across the world, stimulating both domestic and international debate. From the implementation of the one-child policy in 1980 until now, China’s unprecedented birth-control restrictions have been amon…
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