Global Demographics and deep learning analytics platform Complete Intelligence Technologies Ltd launch a China Maternity Cliff Report alerting markets and businesses to a faster decline in total births in China and earlier than previously expected peak population date.
China Maternity Cliff Report insights:
Maternity cliff drives decline in births as number of childbearing women (ages 15-49) drops 55 million, from 346 million in 2018 to 291 million in 2033
Mothers no longer delivering on pent up demand for children after One Child Policy
Baby boom ends early as total births drop from 17.3 million in 2017 to 15.2 million in 2018
One-third (31%) fewer births in 2028, falls from 17.3 million in 2017 to 11.8 million in 2028
Peak population now expected in 2023 not 2028, peaking at 1,410 million.
Population now projected to decline to 1,408 million by 2028, then 1,367 million by 2038
The report is 30 pages (pdf) including 12 charts and 5 sets of tables and is accompanied with an excel workbook containing the key statistics.