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an 40 percent said they wanted to ave two children. Although Yuan Xin, a professor population and development at ankai University, said the family anning policy change may influnce some people, he agreed that fection will still play the most mportant role in selecting a partner. “Most urban residents born are eir family’s only child, so they don’t eed to worry about whether their ouse is one,” he said. “And most ural residents can already have a cond baby.” Zhou Xiaopeng, a chief consultant ith matchmaking website Baihe, id if there is an impact, it will not e obvious. “For example, more eople might want a second child, a single woman may put a higher emium on a potential husband’s onomic situation,” she said. University student Liu Hua in aoji, Shaanxi province, has two others but said she would not ind if her boyfriend was an only hild. “A marriage should be built on
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