Poverty has forced some women to rent their wombs to Indian and foreign couples. But many sign the consent form not knowing what they have agreed to. Photo: AFP

India must regulate its booming surrogacy business and stop women being exploited as just a 'womb for hire'

Amrit Dhillon says poor women in India are still being exploited in the unregulated but booming surrogacy business catering to rich couples

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Poverty has forced some women to rent their wombs to Indian and foreign couples. But many sign the consent form not knowing what they have agreed to. Photo: AFP
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