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China may allow two children “by end of the year”


China’s family planning authorities said earlier this month they were acting swiftly on reforms to the one-child policy. An unnamed researcher said the National Health and Family Planning Commission could roll out a revised policy by the end of the year at the earliest to help the country cope with its greying population, China Business News reported. The Commission had said earlier this month that it was “wasting no time” working on the revised policy.

[Zhuang Pinghui - South China Morning Post, 23 July, 2015]


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