Phát âm chuẩn – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: China’s Relaxed One-Child Rule (VOA)

Published on 26/02/2016

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Now that the Chinese government has relaxed its one-child policy, China’s fertility industry could benefit. China ended the country’s one-child per-couple policy late last year. All married couples are permitted to have two children. The world’s fertility clinics or medical centers should see an increase in business. Many couples face problems when trying to conceive, or become pregnant. Other couples would like to select the gender of their child. The government does not permit gender selection, or advanced fertility methods. Middle-class Chinese couples travel to Australia, Thailand or the United States for fertility treatments. These foreign markets could benefit from an increased demand for fertility services. A fertility clinic in Thailand told VOA that the number of Chinese patients has nearly doubled in the past three years. The same clinic changed its business process to attract Chinese clients. The clinic hired a Mandarin-speaking staff and printed its documents in Mandarin. Sue Channon works for a fertility clinic in Sydney, Australia. She says there has been an increase in inquiries from Chinese consumers. She also says their doctors and staff in Australia speak Mandarin. China’s one-child policy became law 35 years ago. The birthrate in China was too fast and too high. It reached 1 billion people in 1982. Because of the policy, China has nearly 1.3 billion people. That is fewer than it would have without the limits on family size.

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