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In the past 30 years, Malaysian Chinese have been getting married at a later age, while emphasis on career and the high costs of raising children and their education have contributed to a declining population growth of this ethnic group, writes LOH FOON FONG.
LONDON (Reuters) - China's one child per family policy has cut the country's birth rate and means men clearly outnumber women in the population, a study showed on Friday.
Lin See-Yan looks at an unbalanced growth in global population, the human migration and the shortening supply of resources.
SINGAPOREANS need to marry and have children if they do not want the country to fold up, Lee Kuan Yew warned.