Or should we get used to the "two-child norm"?
Further signs that China's longterm population prospects are not rosy.
The continent is witnessing an unprecedented population change.
Another country to add to the list.
Family planning should not mean family restriction.
The advice of a former director of the United Nations Population Division.
The demographic slide continues.
Lots of money for parents (if they build a new house).
The Economist suggests "no".
Another country that is ageing and about to embark on demographic decline.
An update from South-Eastern Europe
A drop of 0.7% since 2010.
And the prognosis is not good.
Another worrying sign for the Chinese economy
A report from the IMF suggests that population decline could come sooner than we think.
More Spaniards are dying than are being born
Thanks to a poor economy, emigration, education and abortion.
May the two child policy be short-lived.
But which will be more successful in the long term?
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