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Should China loose its one-child policy now?

China has enforced its family planning for decades and has succeeded to curb its population soaring, but the planning also changes the population structure with aging population increasing, workforce decreasing and gender imbalance which spark rethinking of its family planning. Is it time to loose the one-child policy?



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China is facing the burden of aging population and decline of workforce. To maintain its stable growth and correct its gender imbalance, China needs loose its one-child policy.

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Guest2010-02-24 08:18

China Should enforce the one child policy. even now, more people have 2 or 3 kids than those who obey...Full

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Huge population causes the natural source shortage and excessive pollution. The risks of demographic structure can be tackled by other means, such as labor immigration and improving produvtive quality

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Lu Ming 2010-02-23 11:21

The government can use other, and more foolproof, means to address the aging population issue, such a...Full

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China Should enforce the one child policy. even now, more people have 2 or 3 kids than those who obey...Full

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