Why is birth rate falling in China? Let’s follow the money

CGTN published this video item, entitled “Why is birth rate falling in China? Let’s follow the money” – below is their description.

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According to the seventh national census in China, birth rates have been falling across the country. There are many factors to this trend, for example the prohibitively high costs of marriage and child-rearing.

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