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China's Migrant Workers
China's Aging Migrant Workforce Working More in Stores Rather than Assembly Lines: State Report

Chinese employees working on an energy-saving bulb production line at a lighting factory in Suining, southwest China's Sichuan Province.
Manufacturing Industry Leads the Expansion of China’s Economy

A woman checks threads in a textile factory in Nantong in China's eastern Jiangsu Province.
China’s Manufacturing Expands in January, the Fastest Pace in Two Years: NBS Survey

Although high property prices look impressive on paper, discretionary spending, a vital driver of Chinese economy, suffers.
China’s real estate market sales show downward trend, as economy consolidates

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New data from the National Bureau of Statistics reveals that the population now sits at 1,373,490,000 people, after increasing by 0.5 percent annually since 2010.
China Population Growth Slows Down as Number of Elderly Increases

A survey conducted by Sun Yat-sen University revealed that the country's workforce is no longer dominated by young workers.
China’s Workforce No Longer Dominated by Youth: Survey

Beijing is one of the most populated cities in China.
Beijing’s 13th Five-Year Plan Introduces Strict Measures to Curb Population Growth

Corn production has increased in China, causing prices to go down.
Price of Corn and Other Grains Drops in China

A resident purchases vegetables at a market in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Oct. 13, 2015.
China’s Wholesale Prices Drop for the 43rd Straight Month

The issue of poverty remains an obstacle in China’s development despite rapid economic growth in the past two decades.
China Aims to Improve Standard of Living for 70 Million People

Experts call the GDP revision as a
NBS Revises GDP to 7.3 Percent

China's one-child policy has resulted in a fast-aging population.
U.N. Report: China’s Population to Drop to 1 Billion by 2100

Experts call the GDP revision as a
China’s Job Market Stable, Latest Statistics Say

Residents of Shanghai, China's financial center, received an increase in their average salary since 2014.
Shanghai Leads Other Cities in Per Capita Disposable Income

Migrant workers in China comprise the bulk of the population in many urban centers.
Census Shows China’s Population Now 1.36 Billion

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