Chinese vice premier stresses family planning

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Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang has urged family planning workers to make more contributions to the long-term balance of the country's population to pave the way for economic and social development.

Li made the remarks Friday after meeting with representatives from the China Family Planning Association.

Li noted that China's population was experiencing continuous increasing and aging, and limited resources and environments were holding back the country's development more than ever.

Li urged family planning workers to pay more attention to the population's quality, structure and distribution, and boost the country's reproductive health in order to transform population pressures into human resources.

Founded in 1980, the association is a non-profit, non-governmental organization working in the field of reproductive health and family planning. It has some 94 million members.

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