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Answered 2012-09-26 18:32:04

yes there was some positive efectcs one of them was that there was a significant amount of resources to go round and that it made the population level up .

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Less populationLess overcrowdednessLess pollutionLess competition

What are the positive effects of China's one child policy?

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When did Chinas one child policy start?

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Chinas one child policy came into affect in the year 1979.

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i dont know, but i need to know for my geography project :( many babys, especialy girls, were killed because of the policy, as boys were more important than girls

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Families who only have one child get a 'one child glory certificate' which entitles them to an annual bonus on their salary up until the child is 14. Your welcome !

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Negative effects of China's One Child Policy?

China's one child policy is unfair as you're aloud to have another child if it's a girl but not if it's a boy

What prompt china's government to enact the one child policy?

In the 1970's when they hit a population of one billion they knew that they had to do something to curb population growth, so they enacted the policy of one child per family. ----------- To curb overpopulation. Chinas economy and natural resources would not be able to keep otherwise.

O positive man and Rhesus negative woman?

Will there be any effects on the child if the father is O positive and the Mother is Rhesus negative?

How was China's one child policy carried out?

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it keeps down the population of the country, you get benefits for the child (free schooling etc) and it less work for the parents.

What are the effects of certain child rearing practices?

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Can a b positive and a positive have a b negative child?

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