China's second child flop
After decades of restrictions on the national birth rate, China announced at the end of 2013 that it would make its one-child policy more flexible. But a year later, the birth rate remains low and even couples who have the option of having a second child are reluctant to do so. Our correspondents find out why.
Report by Rachael Ruble, Clémence Dibout and Pierre Cheminat
Programme prepared by Yong Chim and Elise Duffau
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