No date set for changing one-child policy
China has no timetable for creating a comprehensive two-child policy and will stick with the current policy for the foreseeable future, the head of the National Health and Family Planning Commission said.
Li Bin made the remark at a news conference last week on the sidelines of the annual session of the National People’s Congress.
Li’s comment was her first official statement on the issue since China relaxed its four-decadeold one-child policy in November. The revised policy allows couples to have a second child if one spouse is an only child. Previously, both spouses had to be an only child.