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A child looks at his reflection in a window in Beijing on November 17, 2013. On November 15 China's Communist rulers announced an easing of the country's controversial one-child policy as part of a raft of sweeping pledges including the abolition of its 're-education' labour camps and loosening controls on the economy.
A child looks at his reflection in a window in Beijing on November 17, 2013. On November 15 China's Communist rulers announced an easing of the country's controversial one-child policy as part of a raft of sweeping pledges including the abolition of its 're-education' labour camps and loosening controls on the economy.

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Will couples in China now have more children?

As CNN's David McKenzie reports, just because Chinese families will soon be able to have more than one child doesn't necessarily mean they want to.

Will couples in China now have more children?

As CNN's David McKenzie reports, just because Chinese families will soon be able to have more than one child doesn't necessarily mean they want to.