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Why China’s shrinking population is a big deal -- counting the social, economic and political costs of an aging, smaller society

By Feng Wang, Professor of Sociology, University of California, Irvine
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For the first time since 1961, deaths in China have outpaced births – and unlike that one-year decline, the downward trend is likely to continue.The Conversation

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