(UPDATED) Human Rights and the Business of Reproduction …

However, one down-side has been what some call a “baby trade” in which some adopting families have paid at least $25,000 and upwards to $50,000 to be matched with very young and healthy children. Practically speaking, the Convention has cooled the international adoption industry with regulations that set forth standards for agencies to act with financial transparency and improved child placement practices, and with obligations to prevent child sales and theft. …

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