“Given this unexpected low birth rate … the aging scenario for China will be more severe. That could have a series of long-term implications from government spending on pensions, health care, to the ratio between taxpayers and retirees,” said Wang Feng, sociology professor at University of California, Irvine, and Shanghai’s Fudan University.
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