High housing and education costs mean some Chinese families are already struggling to have two children. Photo: EPA-EFE High housing and education costs mean some Chinese families are already struggling to have two children. Photo: EPA-EFE
High housing and education costs mean some Chinese families are already struggling to have two children. Photo: EPA-EFE

China a step closer to three-child policy but what support will women need?

  • Standing committee of the national legislature will consider proposed changes to family planning law to counter ageing population
  • Local authorities survey public to find out just how willing couples are to expand their family

Topic |   China's ageing population
High housing and education costs mean some Chinese families are already struggling to have two children. Photo: EPA-EFE High housing and education costs mean some Chinese families are already struggling to have two children. Photo: EPA-EFE
High housing and education costs mean some Chinese families are already struggling to have two children. Photo: EPA-EFE
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