Uruguayan firm Conaprole, the largest exporter of dairy products in South America, will achieve an export value of about $55 million this year in China as it benefits from the huge market and the nation’s two-child policy, its senior executives said…Full Article: China Daily Oct 2016
- According to a Professor of Economics at Peking University, the relaxation of China’s one-child policy will likely increase the number of births by an average of 2.5 million births per year. This would equate into an additional CNY 75 billion (US$11.1 billion) in consumption expenditures.
- In October 2016, Uruguay’s Minister of Agriculture was expected to visit Henan Province, China. During the same month, China’s Premier met with the Uruguayan President in Beijing.
- In October 2015, China announced it would end its one-child policy. In January 2016, the policy formally ended, permitting Chinese parents to have two children.