Xi's Baby Steps on Child Policies Seen as Weakness, Not StrengthBy
New 'two-child' rule shows party reluctance to give up control
Gradual change expected to do little to lift economic growth
While President Xi Jinping’s decision to end a one-child policy in place for more than three decades may appear bold, the move says more about the Communist Party’s insecurity than its resolve to tackle economic problems.
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