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BEIJING: Global investors from Tiger Global Management to Temasek Holdings Pte are reeling after China imposed the harshest curbs yet on its $100 billion private tutoring and online education sector.
PETALING JAYA: Sedania Innovator Bhd’s health-tech subsidiary Offspring Inc has made its foray into Thailand, in line with its ongoing expansion to key markets.
KUALA LUMPUR: Sedania Innovator Bhd's health-tech subsidiary Offspring Inc has made its foray into Thailand, in line with its ongoing expansion into key markets.
China population: workforce to drop by 35 million over next five years as demographic pressure grows
With more than 40 million new retirees over the next five years, China’s workforce will see a net decline of 35 million, the government saysBeijing plans to meet the challenge by expanding private annuity schemes, postponing the retirement age and creating more jobs
HONG KONG (Reuters): China is poised to unveil a much tougher than anticipated crackdown on the country's US$120 billion private tutoring industry, four sources told Reuters, including trial bans on vacation tutoring and restrictions on advertising.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany continued to buck the global trend for falling birth rates during the coronavirus pandemic, reporting a 10% jump in March to the highest figure since 1998, the Statistics Office said on Tuesday.
Beijing has relaxed its family planning rules, but researchers aren’t optimistic that young Chinese will want to have more kidsThe cost of raising children may deter some couples, but for others the news is cause for celebration
Few places have experienced quite as profound a demographic change as Taiwan. In 1951, the average Taiwanese woman gave birth to seven children. Now it is less than one.
Sedania Innovator Bhd’s subsidiary Offspring Inc is opening four new markets for Offspring’s range of baby products in Spain, Finland, Cambodia and South Korea.
SEOUL (Bloomberg): A heated debate in South Korea about mandatory military service for women is inflaming divisions between the sexes rather than narrowing social gaps, the country’s gender equality minister said.