One-child policy to be eased at long last after third plenum resolution

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One-child policy to be eased at long last after third plenum resolution

Summary:The Communist Party’s central committee has finally responded to long-time calls to relax the one-child policy at the third plenum ended.

One-child policy to be eased at long last after third plenum resolution16 November, 2013 SCMP

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Chinese government Relax abnormally high ratio of newborn boys to girls. Increase birth rate-Raise labour force-Boost economic & enable the country to compete with capitalism

Mainland parentsSome parents Thankful- Able to have second child- Could have a girl instead of a boySome parents Not affected by the policy- High cost of living and fierce competition for schools and jobs- Reproductive desires change.

My Opinion Agree- Do not expect there will be a large baby boom- Increase young labour force and talents.- Solve ageing population problem in rural areas, e.g. Shanghai- A wise decision for China’s development

Mainland teachers Increase work load- China’s rapid development- More children- Raise education competitiveness

Couples will be allowed to have two children if one of the parents is an only child. Photos: Xinhua

relating issue in LS Modern China- A controversial policy in China- Affects China’s economic and social development


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