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Why China’s Three-Child Policy Won’t Impact "Leftover" Men and Women

Sarah Best

15th July 2021

In May this year, China announced that families would be allowed to have up to three children (without penalties).

While many people praised the government's action to address the falling birth rates, some have questioned whether this will do anything to reverse this trend.

This video explores this issue by talking to 'leftover women and men' - those who are not married by their late 20s and it could be used for the Families and Households unit (fertility rate, demographics, marriage).

Sarah Best

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