India launches factory for production of surrogate children
The world's first-ever factory for the "production" of surrogate children was opened in the Indian city of Anand, in the state of Gujarat.
At the factory, women live to give birth to children for childless families from other countries. The poor Indian women can make very good money on this business.
For each child, a surrogate mother may receive about 8,000 dollars from 28,000 dollars that the factory receives from would-be parents.