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The challenge of keeping China from shrinking

Policies and attitudes to raise birthrate leave nation in low-fertility trap

China's once-a-decade census showed an ultralow fertility rate, a shrinking labor force and a rapidly aging population, alerting policymakers of the urgent need for significant changes to reverse -- or at least ease -- a dramatic plunge in population that could sap economic growth.

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