Students and parents come away from a tutoring centre in Beijing’s Haidian district on July 29. China’s crackdown on after-school tutoring has affected the market value of education companies. Photo: AFP Students and parents come away from a tutoring centre in Beijing’s Haidian district on July 29. China’s crackdown on after-school tutoring has affected the market value of education companies. Photo: AFP
Students and parents come away from a tutoring centre in Beijing’s Haidian district on July 29. China’s crackdown on after-school tutoring has affected the market value of education companies. Photo: AFP
G. Bin Zhao
Opinion

Opinion

G. Bin Zhao

How China’s census offers clues to its next policy moves

  • Beijing’s regulatory moves are sound policy responses to its demographic and economic challenges, though they could be better communicated and the business sector given some lead time to adapt
  • Changes in China’s demographic quantity, structure, quality and distribution will continue to direct policy measures and their business implications

Students and parents come away from a tutoring centre in Beijing’s Haidian district on July 29. China’s crackdown on after-school tutoring has affected the market value of education companies. Photo: AFP Students and parents come away from a tutoring centre in Beijing’s Haidian district on July 29. China’s crackdown on after-school tutoring has affected the market value of education companies. Photo: AFP
Students and parents come away from a tutoring centre in Beijing’s Haidian district on July 29. China’s crackdown on after-school tutoring has affected the market value of education companies. Photo: AFP
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G. Bin Zhao

G. Bin Zhao

G. Bin Zhao is a senior economist at PwC China and co-leads the firm’s strategic research. Before PwC, he co-founded a research and consulting firm focusing on China’s economy and policy. He is a columnist for Forbes Chinese.