Nearly 10,000 wealthy Chinese have each paid roughly $400,000 for a government bond and processing fee to obtain the right to live in Hungary. After five years, about $337,000 is returned to the buyers, and they can remain in the country. Hungary's prime minister, who has taken aggressive measures against other migrants from places like Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan, described the "residency bond" scheme as successful because of the money it brings into the nation.
China’s now-abolished one-child policy may leave the lingering effect of a heavily lopsided age distribution for at least 20 years, a study finds
Under China's new two-child policy, China's population will peak at 1.45 billion people in 2029 instead of a predicted 1.4 billion in 2023 if the one-child policy had been continued, according to a paper by professors Yi Zeng and Therese Hesketh published in The Lancet.
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