China expands two-child policy to three

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    China will allow couples to have up to three children, shifting away from its previous two-child limit. But critics say that without incentives and support for families, the policy change will do little to cope with the nation’s ageing population.

    Many people say the high cost of living and other pressures deter them from having more children.

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