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30 April 2021 by Glenn Barnes
“China is expected to record its first population decrease in several decades when Beijing releases official census figures … revealing an intensifying demographic crisis. The fall … would mean the population had peaked — at just under 1.4 billion — a decade earlier than many had forecast.” ... "This month, the central bank published a research paper … warning that a “grey rhino” — a rapidly ageing population — was approaching."
"America’s census data, released this week, showed its population was growing, but at the slowest pace since the 1930s because of a falling birthrate.”