Author: 文明明 | PR / Audit:TCC | Page: Rain
Recently, China’s National Bureau of Statistics announced the results of the 2020 national census. According to the official statement (the real data may be a state secret), the current population of the Communist China is 1.41 billion, and the population growth is 0.53%, lower than 0.57% of previous census. According to our source, with the hit of pandemic and low fertility, the population should be 1.1 billion and the actual number of new borns should be 7 million, not as reported 12 million. Comparing to the death rates of 13 million, the population growth rate of China should be negative.
Nevertheless, the published results show that the Communist China entered the period of slowest population growth since its establishment, and its advantages in the labour market will be seriously affected in the near future.
The degree of ageing in the Population is also serious, with people over 65 accounting for 13.5% of the total population, which is a significant increase from the 8.87% in the previous census.
In China, the pollution is extremely poor, the food safety is worrisome, and people are struggling. Up to now, 600 million people earn only about 1,000 yuan (eq. 150 USD) a month, according to China’s Prime Minister. Excessive labour consumption and poor healthcare have forced many people to retire prematurely. According to the source, average age of labour workers is at 47 years now. This is alarming that these people represent the “ants” to produce.
Due to the consequences of China’s 30-year long “one-child policy” and the influence of traditional Chinese patriarchal thinking, the ratio of men to women is severely imbalanced. In the next 10 years, 22 to 35 years old, reproductive period female population will drop by more than 30%, and the number of the new borns may drop below 10 million in a few year time (which is not a true number according to the source). The fertility rate will be lower than that of Japan, and it may soon be the lowest in the world.
Furthermore, young people cannot afford the financial burden of having more children under the pressure of supporting the elderly, high housing prices, and children’s education. Even if the government encourages and rewards multiple births, they are unwilling to have more children.
This is the reality in China. With the ageing population and reduced fertility, soon China will not be able to provide cheap labours to reach the CCP’s dream of “2025 Made in China”!
The source: Mr. Miles Guo’s intelligence sources.
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