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Cost of buying a bigger home is putting Chinese couples off having a second child, survey finds

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Buying a bigger home to raise more children is so expensive that parents in China are deciding against having a second baby, undermining government efforts to boost the population, according to a new survey.More than a third of respondents in the survey by Ke.com Research said they are against having a second child, with nearly half of those citing the heavy economic burden as their major concern.“Buying a home is just too expensive and we cannot afford a bigger one for having a second child,”…

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Buying a bigger home to raise more children is so expensive that parents in China are deciding against having a second baby, undermining government efforts to boost the population, according to a new survey.More than a third of respondents in the survey by Ke.com Research said they are against having a second child, with nearly half of those citing the heavy economic burden as their major concern.“Buying a home is just too expensive and we cannot afford a bigger one for having a second child,”…

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