china: people denied to accept one child policy
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china: people denied to accept one child policy

Beijing : China | Nov 01, 2012 at 6:50 AM PDT
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The China Enlargement Investigation Foundation, which is closely connected to Beijing's senior officials, endorses that the one-child policy be picking up instantly in certain provinces and removed entirely within two years. By 2020, the foundation posits, all limits on the number of children a family can have should be eliminated.

China's political leaders should rethink its one-child policy and allow married couples to have two children by 2015 in order to alleviate future demographic concerns, declared a report from a prominent state-affiliated Chinese think-tank.

"China has paid a huge political and social cost for the policy, as it has resulted in social conflict, high administrative costs and led indirectly to a long-term gender imbalance at birth," said the Xinhua news agency, citing the think-tank's report.

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China's population control laws limit many in China to one child per family
China's population control laws limit many in China to one child per family
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