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21.12.2015 China’s pre-education market has a bigger room for development when compare with developed countries

In a majority of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries, education begins for most children before they are 5 years old. 84% of 4-year-olds are enrolled in early childhood education and primary education across OECD countries. On the other hand, 95% of 3-year-olds in Belgium, Denmark, France, Iceland and Spain are enrolled in early childhood education.

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China’s early childhood education market is still cultivating. When compares with other developed countries, China’s market has a bigger room to grow.

 

The increase in child population benefits pre-school market

According to United Nations’ study in 2013. Asia’s population is 4 times of Europe and North America’s total.

The age group of 0-14 years old in Asia takes a larger proportion than the same age group in Europe and South America. In other words, Asia’s pre-school supplies’ potential market is broad and bright.

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China’s birth rate exceeds 11.9% since 2000, and reached 12.37% in 2014. Thanks to the launch of two-child policy, the population of infant is expected to grow significantly.

With the increase of household income and urbanisation, pre-primary investment per head will increase and expand the market scale.

Source: chyxx

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