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Adjusting to Changes
The huge population is a basic national condition of China. As a result, China's per capita economic indicators are much lower than the world average, despite the fact that its GDP ranked second worldwide in aggregate terms in 2010. Population pressure also causes many problems in China that don't occur in other countries
Population Turning Point

China's population grew by less than 1 percent annually in the last decade, but it remains the world's largest at 1.37 billion people, according to results of the sixth national population census released in late April

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Challenges and Countermeasures
After China published the results of its sixth national population census, Mu Guangzong, Deputy Director of the Expert Panel for Comprehensive Reform of the National Population and Family Planning Commission and professor at Peking University's Institute of Population Research, sat with Beijing Review reporter Tang Yuankai to talk about the population trends of China and measures that should be taken to deal with current problems
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2010 Census Data
According to the latest census, China's total population is 1.37 billion people, up from 1.29 billion in 2000
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