Jinxin is planning a marketing blitz to lure Hong Kong’s aspiring parents to venture across the border into mainland China for much cheaper assisted pregnancy services. Photo: Felix Wong

China’s Jinxin Fertility wants Hong Kong’s aspiring parents to cross the border for cheaper IVF treatment, but protests may hinder promotion blitz

  • The Chengdu-based firm which floated shares in Hong Kong to fund expansion is monitoring the civil unrest before launching a marketing campaign
  • Of 10,000 Hong Kong people who receive IVF services each year, only around 40 per cent opt to have the procedure in the city, according to one of Jinxin’s directors
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Jinxin is planning a marketing blitz to lure Hong Kong’s aspiring parents to venture across the border into mainland China for much cheaper assisted pregnancy services. Photo: Felix Wong
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