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China's Henan Province amends its family-planning policy

(Xinhua)

17:23, November 28, 2011

Girls walk on street at a village of Guoji Township in Xinzheng City, central China's Henan Province, Feb. 3, 2011. China's most populous province recently has amended its family-planning policy, allowing parents from single-child families to have another child. This has made it the last province in the country to adopt a relaxed family-planning policy. The Standing Committee of the Henan Provincial People's Congress reached the decision after voting on Nov. 25 to amend the province's population and family-planning regulation during a meeting. The province plans to keep its population under 107 million by 2020. (Xinhua/Wang Song)
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