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China’s three-child policy: why was it introduced and what does it mean?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]What is China’s three-child policy?On May 31, 2021, China’s Communist Party Politburo meeting, chaired by President Xi Jinping, announced it will allow each couple in the country to have up to three children in a marked departure from its previous two-child limit.A statement released after the meeting said major steps were needed to address the deepening problem of the ageing population.“Birth policies will be further improved. A policy that allows a couple to have three children will be…

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What is China’s three-child policy?On May 31, 2021, China’s Communist Party Politburo meeting, chaired by President Xi Jinping, announced it will allow each couple in the country to have up to three children in a marked departure from its previous two-child limit.A statement released after the meeting said major steps were needed to address the deepening problem of the ageing population.“Birth policies will be further improved. A policy that allows a couple to have three children will be…

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