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27 September 2010

China sticks to one-child policy

China will continue to limit families to just one child in the coming decades despite concerns about problematic side effects, such as too few girls and an ageing population.

China will continue to limit most families to just one child in the coming decades, state media said, despite concerns about the policy's problematic side effects, such as too few girls and a rapidly aging population.

No plans to change policy

 
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