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China’s Chongqing halts release of monthly birth data due to ‘unfair’ foreign media coverage

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]“Unfair” foreign media coverage has been blamed for one of the only local governments in China that released monthly data on new births halting the practice.The Chinese provincial level municipality of Chongqing, an economic powerhouse in southwestern China which is home to some 30 million residents, suspended the release of the data earlier this year.Official national birth figures are only published annually at the beginning of each year, meaning Chongqing was one of only a handful of local…

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“Unfair” foreign media coverage has been blamed for one of the only local governments in China that released monthly data on new births halting the practice.The Chinese provincial level municipality of Chongqing, an economic powerhouse in southwestern China which is home to some 30 million residents, suspended the release of the data earlier this year.Official national birth figures are only published annually at the beginning of each year, meaning Chongqing was one of only a handful of local…

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