Foreign media said the Chinese male fertility problems
cankaoxiaoxi· 2016-12-05 08:39:55
original title: foreign media said the world's lowest birth rate in China: the issue of male fertility
core tip: Chinese male fertility has become a serious concern. The Chinese government's annual survey of 1% people showed that women were at an average of 1.05 children during the last year of their birth. Class= img_box "
data: in Shandong City, Ji'nan province science and Technology Museum, parents with children to visit the demonstration model of birth. Xinhua News Agency reporter Zhu Zheng photo
Reference News Network December 5 news media said, Beijing is trying to improve the fertility rate in November Chinese, according to official figures released in the world's lowest birth rate China.
November 28th Broadcasting British Corporation website quoted the British "Financial Times" reported that last year in Hunan to donate sperm young people healthy sperm donors to 1/5, the above conclusions in one of the 30 thousand applicants for 15 years of research in.
local media reported that Hunan province is not only a lack of qualified donor provinces. Chinese media recently reported that Henan's sperm bank in order to solve the problem of sperm shortage, reduce the height of the donor and the degree of education requirements, and provide them free of charge to preserve sperm for 3 years of service.
reported that the International Relations Committee in New York, the global health experts say, more and more evidence that the Chinese male fertility has become a serious concern.
the Chinese government's annual survey of 1% people showed that women were at an average of 1.05 children during the age of childbearing.
according to the world bank's 2014 annual survey, the fertility rate in the following countries and regions have Korea, Portugal, China, Hongkong and Macao, the fertility rate of 1.2. The global level is 2.5.
reported that the Chinese population is accelerating aging, the consequences of a shortage of young labor, resulting in the pension crisis is becoming more and more obvious signs. China's birth rate has been falling for years because of its one-child policy for many years.
reported that although last year's family planning policy has been liberalized, but the new policy does not seem to be able to meet the national fertility policy to develop the original intention. Experts say the issue of China's fertility rate is more serious than expected.