By AMIE TSANG and ZHANG TIANTIAN
Fewer Chinese people are getting married, meaning a decline in the number of babies, and potentially less spending on homes, appliances and other spending needed to drive economic growth.
Four in ten South Korean adults are unmarried, the highest share among the 34 OECD countries. In Seoul over a third of women with degrees are single. As more women ditch or delay marriage, men tie themselves in knots http://econ.st/1fCN5Qs