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China appears to be moving back on its long-term  policies to limit population growth as it attempts to address a natality rate in the country.

The one-child policy was introduced in 1979 by Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping to curb China's rapidly growing population.
At the time it was approximately 970 million. China currently have a population of nearly 2billion people.Much more larger than a whole Continent.


The one child policy came to an end in 2015 when it was partially relaxed to allow some couples to have two children.
Now with the looks of things, families have been slow to embrace official approval to expand.
An op-ed in a state-run newspaper titled "Giving birth is a family matter and a national issue too" is the latest to encourage couples to have more children, and call for official action to enable young people to start families.

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