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China must take stock of its birth-planning policies and learn from the past

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]With “birth planning” fading from Beijing’s vocabulary as couples are now allowed to have three children, it is time for Chinese authorities to conduct a thorough review.One perspective among analysts is that China’s family-planning policy – in reality, its stringent birth restrictions – helped facilitate the country’s economic rise by staving off a “population explosion”.The restrictions are said to have reduced births by 400 million and kept China’s population from surpassing 1.7 billion…

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With “birth planning” fading from Beijing’s vocabulary as couples are now allowed to have three children, it is time for Chinese authorities to conduct a thorough review.One perspective among analysts is that China’s family-planning policy – in reality, its stringent birth restrictions – helped facilitate the country’s economic rise by staving off a “population explosion”.The restrictions are said to have reduced births by 400 million and kept China’s population from surpassing 1.7 billion…
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