China Shutters 3 Family Planning Offices In Latest Sign Nation Might Eliminate Birth Limits

The Guardian: China scraps three family planning offices amid push to boost birthrate
“China has done away with three family planning offices, in another sign the country may soon eliminate birth limits altogether after almost four decades of restricting family sizes…” (Kuo, 9/11).

Reuters: China does away with family planning offices
“…State-media has hinted in recent weeks that China, the world’s most populous nation, may be preparing to end its decades-long policy of determining the number of children that couples can have…” (Shepherd, 9/10).

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