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      1. There are now more seniors than children in China. Photo: AP
        China’s population could halve within 45 years, new study warns
        • Researchers say previous estimates may have severely underestimated the pace of demographic decline
        • Census data says the birth rate was 1.3 children for each woman last year – well below the level needed to stop the population from falling
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        There are now more seniors than children in China. Photo: AP
        China’s population could halve within 45 years, new study warns
        • Researchers say previous estimates may have severely underestimated the pace of demographic decline
        • Census data says the birth rate was 1.3 children for each woman last year – well below the level needed to stop the population from falling
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        China's population
        China’s population could halve within 45 years, new study warns
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        • Researchers say previous estimates may have severely underestimated the pace of demographic decline
        • Census data says the birth rate was 1.3 children for each woman last year – well below the level needed to stop the population from falling
        Beijing hits back at US commerce chief’s hope to slow China’s innovation

        Gina Raimondo voices need to work with Europe on eve of launch of US-EU Trade and Technology Council, which aims to reduce shared reliance on Chinese manufacturing.

        Gina Raimondo voices need to work with Europe on eve of launch of US-EU Trade and Technology Council, which aims to reduce shared reliance on Chinese manufacturing.

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        China tried to get Philippines to drop review of US defence pact: defence chief

        Delfin Lorenzana says a former Chinese envoy to Manila in 2018 said any attempt to revise the Mutual Defence Treaty would be seen by Beijing as an attempt to contain its rise.

        Delfin Lorenzana says a former Chinese envoy to Manila in 2018 said any attempt to revise the Mutual Defence Treaty would be seen by Beijing as an attempt to contain its rise.

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        China tried to get Philippines to drop review of US defence pact: defence chief

        Delfin Lorenzana says a former Chinese envoy to Manila in 2018 said any attempt to revise the Mutual Defence Treaty would be seen by Beijing as an attempt to contain its rise.

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        96-year-old Nazi war crimes suspect detained after fleeing her trial

        Judge had issued arrest warrant for Irmgard Furchner, accused of involvement in World War II mass murder.

        Judge had issued arrest warrant for Irmgard Furchner, accused of involvement in World War II mass murder.

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        Editorial | North Korea fires response to regional arms race

        There may be doubts about Pyongyang’s claim that it has launched a hypersonic missile, but it comes at a time when other nations are extending their military might

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        exclusive | US firms urge Chinese authorities to better manage ongoing power crisis

        China’s power crisis has disrupted US firms’ sophisticated supply chains, leading to lost business opportunities and cancelled orders, says Amcham’s Ker Gibbs.

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        Power prices rising for factories in China’s manufacturing hub in peak hours

        More provinces are expected to raise power prices in the coming weeks as China reels from widespread power outages brought on by record coal prices and attempts by local governments to meet carbon emissions targets.

        More provinces are expected to raise power prices in the coming weeks as China reels from widespread power outages brought on by record coal prices and attempts by local governments to meet carbon emissions targets.

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        Power crisis pushes China manufacturing outlook to lowest since virus outbreak

        China’s official non-manufacturing purchasing managers’ index (PMI) bounced back to 53.2 in September, but the official manufacturing PMI fell to 49.6

        China’s official non-manufacturing purchasing managers’ index (PMI) bounced back to 53.2 in September, but the official manufacturing PMI fell to 49.6

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        The local government failures behind China’s power crisis

        Rather than overhauling industry, grass-roots officials resorted to old ways when they were told to rein in energy use.

        Rather than overhauling industry, grass-roots officials resorted to old ways when they were told to rein in energy use.

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        Editorial | North Korea fires response to regional arms race

        There may be doubts about Pyongyang’s claim that it has launched a hypersonic missile, but it comes at a time when other nations are extending their military might

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        My Take | IMF chief another victim of China-US rivalry

        The IMF and World Bank are the two latest multinational bodies to be dragged through the mud in the bitter struggle between the superpowers.

        The IMF and World Bank are the two latest multinational bodies to be dragged through the mud in the bitter struggle between the superpowers.

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        Opinion | Aukus ruckus exposes rifts between US allies in Southeast Asia

        While France and the EU have raged against the deal, Southeast Asia will feel its geopolitical impact the most. The potential presence of nuclear submarines in Southeast Asian waters has rekindled fears of the region being a theatre for great power competition.

        While France and the EU have raged against the deal, Southeast Asia will feel its geopolitical impact the most. The potential presence of nuclear submarines in Southeast Asian waters has rekindled fears of the region being a theatre for great power competition.

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        Editorial | North Korea fires response to regional arms race
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        My Take | IMF chief another victim of China-US rivalry

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