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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