Chinas one child policy

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üIn 1950, the rate of population change in china was 1.9%. üPrevious governments had encouraged large families to increase the workforce. üBy 1970, the growth was unsustainable and large areas of china suffered from famine as there was not enough food, water and energy. üSo, in 1979 the government decided to introduce the One Child Policy. üThe policy has since prevented around


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