The high cost of raising children


PUTRAJAYA: Financial factors are major obstacles for couples keen to have the desired family size, says the National Population and Family Development Board.

Its director-general Abdul Shukur Abdullah said although on average, parents wanted four children, the reality was most of them could only have between two and three because of the high cost in raising a child.

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