New born baby in a Taiwanese hospital
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Declining birth rate in Taiwan raises economic concerns

Asia's more developed countries are becoming concerned about declining birth rates, as more women choose their career over starting a family.

Taiwan's birth rate has fallen to the lowest in the world, raising economic concerns about a smaller workforce in the future.

As the BBC's Cindy Sui reports from Taipei, the government has started a campaign against what it calls a national crisis.

  • 31 Aug 2011