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China's 2-child policy seen contributing 0.5% point to growth rate

With the adoption of the two-child policy, China's labour force could rise by about more than 30m and its ageing population will be reduced by two percentage points by 2050, Mr Wang says.


CHINA'S adoption of a two-child policy is expected to boost the country's economic growth rate by about 0.5 of a percentage point, stemming from a rise in the size of its workforce, a senior Chinese official said on Tuesday.

Wang Pei'an, vice minister of the National Health

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