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中国表 将全面放开二胎政策(中英双语)

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希尼尔 译公司(www..cn)2015年11月1日了解 :中国政府官方新闻机构新华社周四报导,中国将全面放开二胎政策,每对夫妻均可生育二胎。近年来,独生子女政策渐见宽松,而这一举措意味着独 生子女时代的彻底结束。China will allow two children for every couple, the state-run Xinhua news agency reported Thursday, a move that would effectively dismantle the remnants of the country’s one-child policy that had been eased in recent years.

China, now a nation of more than 1.3 billion people, instituted a policy of one child per couple to control population growth in the 1970s. When its propaganda didn’t work, local officials resorted to abortions, heavy fines and forced sterilization.

The decision to end the restriction followed a four-day strategy meeting of senior Communist Party officials at a Beijing hotel, CNN’s David McKenzie said.

Relaxation of policy

China began relaxing the controversial policy in January 2014, allowing couples to have a second baby if the mother or father was an only child.

The move was hailed as a major liberalization of the three-decades-old restriction, but new figures released in January 2015 suggested that fewer people than expected were taking the plunge and expanding their family. Nationwide, nearly 1 million couples eligible under the new rules had applied to have a second child, state media reported at the time. Health officials had said that the policy would lead to as many as 2 million new births when the policy change was first announced, and it was estimated that 11 million couples were eligible.

Two kids? Thanks but no, say some Chinese

Aging population

China’s government has said the country could become home to the most elderly population on the planet in just 15 years, with more than 400 million people over the age of 60.

Researchers say the graying population will burden health care and social services, and the world’s second-largest economy will struggle to maintain its growth.

For China, three decades of one-child policy proves hard to undo.

"China has already begun to feel an unfolding crisis in terms of its population change," Wang Feng, a professor at Fudan University and a leading demographic expert on China, told McKenzie earlier this year.

"History will look back to see the one-child policy as one of the most glaring policy mistakes that China has made in its modern history."

Wang said the one-child policy was ineffective and unnecessary, since China’s fertility rates were already slowing by the 1980s.

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