Party to Change One-Child Policy after Plenum, Source Says
(Beijing) – The Communist Party is planning to alter the one-child policy shortly after a major meeting it is holding ends, a source close to the conclave says.
The change would allow any family that had one parent grow up as a single child have a second baby. Couples in China are currently only allowed to have a second baby if both parents were only children.
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