Selling to the Chinese: leveraging the “One Child Policy” effect

By Barry Li

Most Australians are familiar with China’s “one child policy”. Enforced around the time of my birth in China three and a half decades ago, this policy evolved into a “two child policy” just a couple of years ago in response to China’s aging population. The policy has been criticised by the Western world since the day it started and likely hated by many Chinese families who’d prefer to have multiple kids. What Australians may not be aware of is that the consequences occurring because of this policy has resulted in the boom of many Australian industries.

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