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China's three-child policy aims to head off demographic crisis

Skyrocketing education costs hamper push to boost birthrate

BEIJING -- China will permit all married couples to have up to three children, hoping to avert a population crisis stemming from declining births.

The Communist Party's Politburo decided Monday to ease the current two-child restriction, without specifying when the change will take effect.

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