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Marriage falls in China, transforming finances and families


Amie Tsang and Zhang Tiantian - The New York Times, 8 September 2016.

Fewer Chinese people are getting married, a shift with profound implications for China’s economic and social life. The decline in marriages means a decline in the number of babies, and potentially less spending on homes, appliances and other family-related purchases — the kind of spending China needs to drive economic growth.

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