China changes family policy, allowing up to 3 children

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  • CBC News published this video item, entitled “China changes family policy, allowing up to 3 children” – below is their description.

    China’s ruling Communist Party says it will ease birth limits to allow all couples to have three children instead of two, in order to cope with the rapid rise in the average age of its population.

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