China began easing restrictions in 2013 to try to offset the rapid greying of its population. Photo: EPA
China began easing restrictions in 2013 to try to offset the rapid greying of its population. Photo: EPA

China's two-child policy promises baby boost - not boom, experts say

Relaxation of one-child policy may result in only 2.1 million additional births a year - still not enough to offset greying population

China began easing restrictions in 2013 to try to offset the rapid greying of its population. Photo: EPA
China began easing restrictions in 2013 to try to offset the rapid greying of its population. Photo: EPA
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