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China to Soften One-Child Policy Marketing, But Not the Law

The government in China is working to soften it approach to marketing the one-child policy that results in forced abortions and sterilizations but appears to have no plans to actually scale back the controversial law itself. According to one report: China’s communist party newspaper, People’s Daily, reports that the government will revamp its abrasive-sounding slogans [...]
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