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Census shows population decline

China could record the first population decline since data collection began in 1949. The total population of the People’s Republic is again below 1.4 billion people. This is the result of the new census, reports the Financial Times with reference to informed circles. So far the data is not yet public. The census was already completed in December 2020 and, according to the FT, should have been published in early April.

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