China two-child policy not valid until March, government says

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China's top family planning body has warned couples that they must continue to obey the country's one-child policy until the law changes in March.

On Thursday, the government announced it would relax the rules to allow all couples to have two children.

It said the decision was made because of China's rapidly ageing population and to help support the economy.

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