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China population: three-child policy will not ‘drastically raise birth rate’, top Chinese economist says

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]A recently-announced three child policy will not prevent a long-term trend toward lower annual births in China, and the country will struggle to raise the retirement age by more than a couple of years by 2025, an influential Chinese economist said.“I don’t think we can drastically raise the birth rate,” Yao Yang, dean of the National School of Development at Peking University, said in an interview.The government’s move to allow families to have three children could lead to a short-term increase…

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A recently-announced three child policy will not prevent a long-term trend toward lower annual births in China, and the country will struggle to raise the retirement age by more than a couple of years by 2025, an influential Chinese economist said.“I don’t think we can drastically raise the birth rate,” Yao Yang, dean of the National School of Development at Peking University, said in an interview.The government’s move to allow families to have three children could lead to a short-term increase…

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