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Why are women in China not having more babies?
In China, each woman went from having about three children in the late 1970s to now one. Decades later, the Chinese government wants women to have three children again but is meeting resistance.
How immigration could help a shrinking American labor force
Young, productive workers "are the new scarce resource," one expert says.
Why declining birth rates are a phenomenon in developing countries
As part of our mini-series on fertility, we talk to a demographer about why fertility rates are declining in developing countries.