Why the End of China's One-Child Policy Matters
Andy Rothman, Investment Strategist
November 12, 2015
The Chinese government has formally announced the end of its infamous "one-child" policy. This is a very important development, but its political significance far outweighs its economic consequences. In this video update, Andy Rothman, Investment Strategist, explains why, contrary to conventional wisdom, ending the one-child policy is unlikely to change the longer-term trend towards smaller families in China. In Andy’s view, the policy change is all about politics—about getting the government out of Chinese people’s bedrooms.
Most recent videos
Is China a Military Threat?
U.S. Role in 21st Century East Asia
U.S. & China: A Historical Perspective
North Korea & U.S. Relations