One Child Policy

China's Population - Brick and Mortar Academy - Real Estate Investment TrainingChina’s population collapse, brought on by the country’s decades-long one-child policy, is expected to have a significant impact on the world economy. The policy was introduced in 1979 to control population growth. It has resulted in a rapidly aging population and a shrinking workforce.

China’s Economy

One of the most significant impacts of China’s population collapse is on the country’s economy itself. As the working-age population shrinks, there will be fewer people contributing to the economy through taxes and labor. This can lead to slower economic growth, reduced productivity, and a decline in overall economic output. Additionally, as the population ages, there will be an increased demand for healthcare services. There will also be a strain on the country’s pension system.

Global Economy

The impact of China’s population collapse is not limited to the country itself. As one of the world’s largest economies, any slowdown in China’s growth can have a ripple effect on the global economy. Reduced demand from China for raw materials, consumer goods, and other products can lead to a decrease in global trade. This can negatively impact other countries’ economies.


Furthermore, as China’s population continues to age, there will be a decline in the number of Chinese tourists traveling abroad. Chinese tourists have been a significant source of revenue for many countries’ tourism industries. A decline in their numbers could have a significant impact on those industries.

Increased Competition from Other Countries

Finally, the decline in China’s working-age population could also lead to increased competition for talent in other countries. As Chinese companies struggle to find enough workers, they may begin to look for talent outside of the country. This could lead to increased competition for highly skilled workers in other parts of the world.

China’s population collapse is expected to have a significant impact on the world economy. The shrinking workforce, decreased economic growth, and reduced demand for goods and services from China can all have a ripple effect on other countries’ economies. It is clear that the consequences of China’s one-child policy will be felt for years to come.

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