China's annual births have continued to plummet to a record low of 12 million in 2020 as the cost of living rises and women increasingly make their own family planning choices.
No matter how hard the citizens work, if they do not have an adequate number of children to replace them, countries will sink into a workforce crisis.
Customers can access telemedicine and an SOS system as well as for-pay services that include housekeeping and meal deliveries.
Chinese couples are going abroad for in search of IVF treatment. High demand in the country after the end of the one child policy means Chinese doctors can't treat all those who seek assistance conceiving.
The ever-increasing financial pressures on families in China are making them think twice before deciding to go for a child, leading to a declining birth rate even after a two-child policy announced in 2015.
When China relaxed its family planning policies, the nation expected more than 17.5 million births in 2016. But how is the nation coping with demographic shifts?
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