The US fertility miracle has had a massive impact on the lives of millions of people around the world.
The government of India, a country of 1.2 billion people, now spends more on fertility than it does on food, healthcare, and education.
So what exactly is the US miracle about?
India’s fertility miracle began when the US Congress passed a law in 1979 that allowed women to get a “fertility pill” which had been proven to make a woman fertile.
India’s fertility ministry was already doing research on the drug, so it was decided that the drug should be available to Indian women as a pill.
But as soon as the pills were distributed to the Indian people, they went into mass use.
The drugs were quickly prescribed to millions of women and their fertility levels soared.
India now spends about $1.3 trillion per year on fertility and its government has made a lot of efforts to keep the country’s fertility rate as high as possible.
It has even launched a fertility miracle campaign.
According to the UN, India has saved billions of dollars on healthcare and education costs.
But what’s the biggest impact of the US contraceptive miracle?
The fertility miracle was one of the biggest factors behind India’s victory over the Islamic State group in 2014.
It helped India secure its position as a major oil producer and it has helped India keep its nuclear arsenal.
India’s biggest economic impact has been on the country that has become a major food and energy producer.
For instance, the country has a $2.5 trillion-a-year agriculture industry and the US has about $6 trillion-billion in trade.
The US has helped make India a major trading partner.
India is also one of India’s biggest exports to the US.
India has about 200 million Americans and its biggest trading partner is the United States.
India is also India’s largest trade partner.
India, which is one of world’s fastest growing economies, is also among the world’s biggest oil consumers and it is also the world leader in exports of biofuels.