China Abandon One-Child Policy

According to State Media Agency, China has abandon its One-child policy, saying couples can now have two children.
The one-child policy adopted by China in 1979, resulted in 36 years of violence, and abortions, prevented over 400 million birth in the country.
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Chinese officials have credited the one-child policy adopted in 1980 at the dawn of China’s reform and opening era with preventing 400 million births and helping the nation rapidly improve its economic fortunes and limit even greater strains on natural resources.
Recent population projections have indicated that the number of people in the state will actually drop from 1.37 billion today to 1.3 billion by 2050.
The momentous move, revealed in a brief communique from senior Communist Party leaders Thursday night, comes as China is confronting slowing growth and a rapidly aging society, with the number of working-age people shrinking for three years in a row.
China with 1.3 billion people, remains the world’s most populous nation.

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