The case was unveiled after two children born to different mothers at a hospital were registered to the same father
The intermediary earned VND100-200 million (US$4,322-8,643) from each deal
The legislation was unanimously approved by Thailand's junta-picked parliament on Thursday in a bill spurred by the case of an Australian couple accused of abandoning a baby with Down's syndrome while taking his healthy twin sister borne by a Thai surrogate.
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