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China formally eases one-child policy for parents who didn’t have a brother or sister while growing up

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China has formally allowed couples to have a second child if one parent is an only child.

The rule-change is the first major easing of the three-decade-old restrictive birth policy which has been criticised by human rights campaigners

First announced by the ruling Communist Party’s leadership in November, the decision was officially sanctioned by the standing committee of China’s top legislature, the National People’s Congress

China has formally eased its one child policy, meaning that any couple where one of them is an only child can have two children

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