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China Abandons 37-Year-Old “One-Child Policy” – Here Are The Implications | Zero Hedge

While China had previously hinted that it’s one-child policy is being phased out, most notably in 2013 when sources close to the National Population and Family Planning Commission said China may relax its one-child policy at end-2013 or early-2014 (read end) by allowing families to have two children, moments ago, during the Fifth Chinese Plenum, this 37 year old policy was formally scrapped and China will henceforth allow two kids for all couples in what is a clear bid to boost growth.

Source: China Abandons 37-Year-Old “One-Child Policy” – Here Are The Implications | Zero Hedge


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