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China Focus: China raises pensions amid pressure from slowing economy, aging population

BEIJING, April 14 (Xinhua) -- China will raise the basic pension in 2017, the 13th straight year it had done so, but at a slower pace amid pressure from the economic slowdown and the aging population.
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Full text: Report on China's economic, social development plan

We will introduce and implement the plan for developing elderly services and building the elderly care system during the 13th Five-Year Plan period. We will improve the system for elderly services, and implement the plan to train elderly-care workers. We will introduce and carry out the national population development plan, and work to ensure the implementation of the policy of allowing couples to have two children. We will, more effectively, safeguard the rights and interests of women, minors, people with disabilities, and other social groups.
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Elders make up one-third of Shanghai's population

SHANGHAI, March 28 (Xinhua) -- Elderly people in Shanghai now make up 31.6 percent of the eastern metropolitan's population.
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Macao to embrace accelerated aging population

MACAO -- Macao's statistic department on Saturday published the detailed results of 2016 population by-census carried out in the special administrative region (SAR), showing an accelerated population growth coupled with continued population aging in recent five years.
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World Bank approves loan to improve Chinese healthcare services

BEIJING, May 10 (Xinhua) -- The World Bank announced Wednesday that it had approved a loan of 600 million U.S. dollars to China to help improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare services in Anhui and Fujian provinces.
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Jiading set for new social welfare institute

Senior citizens in Jiading district of Shanghai will get better care after a new social welfare institute is completed, local media reported on May 8.
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China eyes better elderly care services

BEIJING - Minister of Civil Affairs Huang Shuxian has called for more efforts to provide higher quality public services for senior citizens amid mounting pressure posed by the growing elderly population.
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Beijing increases funding for hospitals

New programs subsidized; government to keep lid on healthcare cost increases
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