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China population census delay may be due to coronavirus impact on migrant workers, demographer says

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The coronavirus pandemic’s impact on the travel patterns of migrant workers – making it more difficult to count them – may have played a key role in Beijing’s decision to delay the release of its once-a-decade population census, according to a veteran demographer who has closely studied China’s previous census practises.The postponement of China’s 2020 census data release – first from early April to late April, and then to an indefinite date in the future – has raised suspicions in some…

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The coronavirus pandemic’s impact on the travel patterns of migrant workers – making it more difficult to count them – may have played a key role in Beijing’s decision to delay the release of its once-a-decade population census, according to a veteran demographer who has closely studied China’s previous census practises.The postponement of China’s 2020 census data release – first from early April to late April, and then to an indefinite date in the future – has raised suspicions in some…

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