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Why do some people in India object to the prohibition of transnational surrogacy?

2022-07-14 19:47 browse:

Beijing, October 30 (Xinhua) - Indian commercial surrogacy attracts a large number of foreign infertile couples every year with its advantages of high quality, low price, convenience and rapidity

However, the industry may be coming to an end

The Indian government announced on the 28th that it would prohibit domestic women from providing "womb rental" services to foreigners

[win win or exploitation?] India legalized commercial surrogacy in 2002

At present, the price of purchasing surrogate services in the country is about 1

Between $80000 and $30000, including about $8000 for surrogate mothers

The price is only one third of that of the United States

The Indian surrogacy industry has developed rapidly in recent years, with an annual income of 1

US $3

8 billion, with an annual growth rate of 20%

Commercial surrogacy has caused controversy in India

Some people believe that this is a "win-win" deal: infertile couples get their dream children, while poor women use their pay to improve their lives and change their destiny

But opponents believe that this is just a kind of exploitation of the rich against the poor

Many problems have emerged in the development of this industry, forcing the Indian government to constantly revise relevant laws and regulations to regulate the market

In 2008, India stipulated that surrogate women could not be egg donors at the same time, but could be relatives of infertile couples or women specializing in surrogacy

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