China’s Three-Child Policy Explained

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  • Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “China’s Three-Child Policy Explained” – below is their description.

    Jun.16 — China’s economy may lose momentum in decades ahead if its labor force continues to shrink, a trend that poses a threat not only on the country, but to the global economy as well. China is trying to tackle the problem by allowing more children in a family, but economists say it isn’t enough to reverse the trend.

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