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Birth rate in China, record low in 2020-8.5 per 1000-Bloomberg

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China’s fertility rate hit a record low in 2020. The government is trying to cope with the declining labor force and the aging population, but it is facing severe demographics.

According to the latest yearbook of the National Bureau of Statistics, last year there were 8.5 births per 1,000 people, the lowest in the data since 1978.

The government has not given a reason for the sharp drop in the birth rate, but the world’s second-largest economy has dramatically increased population.Newly shown to be slowing downConfirmed numerically.China’s population decline could begin this year at the earliestSome demographers estimate.

Last year’s births were 12 million, but the National Health Commission’s Deputy Chief of the School Army said in July that the number of births would decline again this year.

China’s births are expected to decline again this year-National Health Commission Deputy Chief

Fewer Kids

China’s birth rate has continued to slow

Source: National Bureau of Statistics

Xinjiang’s Birthrate Had Slumped

Source: National Bureau of Statistics

Waning Weddings

And declining divorces too

Source: National Bureau of Statistics

Original title:China’s Record-Low Birth Rate Underscores Population Challenges(抜粋)

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