Gender imbalance in Vietnam ‘severe’

The gender imbalance of newborns in Vietnam this year is considered “severe,” with 113.7 boys being born for every 100 girls, according to the General Office for Population and Family Planning.

The gender imbalance could be attributed to some people preferring sons to daughters, as well as the improper usage of technologies, such as sex selection with IVF. The law has also not been enforced appropriately enough to prevent such a trend, according to the population office.

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