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Second-child policy needs day care help

By Wang Xiaodong | China Daily | Updated: 2019-03-15 08:07

Many couples find lack of facilities a disincentive to building larger families

More support is needed to build nurseries and day care centers to ease burdens on parents and aid implementation of the universal second-child policy, national legislators and political advisers urged during the two annual meetings in China.

They made the appeal amid public concern over consecutive drops in the number of births in China over the past two years, caused in part by a general unwillingness of young couples to give birth to a second child.

Second-child policy needs day care help

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