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The success of Chinas economy over the last two decades would have been much less impressive if not impossible had they decided on any other population policy Chinas family planing efforts have dropped the population growth from 33 percent in the seventies To the current rate of 16 percent moreover during this period the fertility rate of Chinas women have dropped from 6 to 18 percent China being over 16 of our population is wise to adopt this policy for themselves and to set an example for other developing countriesWhat is the one child policy Chinas one chilled policy is a way for it to control the population while maintaining friendly relations with its people The policy is like this a mother may only have only one child if the child is born with a serious disability and would be unable to support the family in their old age or if the child dies then they are allowed to have another child By 1998 the population of China stood at 1248 billion and if not for the family planing program they would be at 15 billion or more today Two decades ago the average amount of children per family was eight now it is at about 1 China is a major contributor to the world population and with such little agricultural land is somewhat in a state of poverty and is now with the population growing at such a rapid pace they would have been in an extreme state of poverty by the year 2050 China is a communist country which means every one has equal rights services and an equal amount of work This is why the one child policy is so effective for them Every industry has its own family-planing agent who monitors and records the women who want to have a child If they are following the law and they maintain a one hundred percent one child rate of birth then the
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