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Pregnant with new investments

By Wang Wen ( China Daily ) Updated: 2016-02-23 08:52:04

Signs have brightened that investments in assisted reproductive services by provincial governments and the private sector will likely increase in anticipation of a surge in demand, following the end of the decades-long one-child policy in October 2015.

Ending the one-child policy alone won't help boost population significantly as many reproductive-age couples are beset with infertility, experts said.

It is said women's chances to become pregnant start to decline from age 35. Similarly, a man's biological ability to father a child begins to decline from age 45.

Pregnant with new investments

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