How will China's third-child policy shift work?

China has officially further relaxed its family planning policy for couples who want to have a third child. But high living costs and a host of pressures could deter people from extending their families. So how will this policy shift work? What worries young couples most? And what concrete policies can address the challenges faced — especially by women — when it comes to having a family?

To discuss these topics and more, we’ve invited James Liang, Chairman & Co-Founder of Ctrip; Professor John Gong from the University of International Business and Economics; and Zhao Miao, Partner of KPMG Legal Network Shanghai firm.

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