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Population growth by country

Details: 120 rows · Population growth by country Global population growth is the result of birth rate and death rate. The world population is rising steadily. In 2020, it reached a total population of 7.762 bn people on our planet with a growth rate of 1.0%.

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Population growth in the United States

Details: 61 rows · Population growth in the United States From 1960 to 2020 the population of the …

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The 30 largest and most populous countries

Details: Only 27% of the population lives outside cities. Bangladesh is the only country on the list with a population of 164.69 m on a relatively small area of only 147,630 km². For comparison: Iowa has about the same size, but just 3.1 million people. Illinois is slightly bigger than Bangladesh, and has a population of about 12.8 million.

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Comparison of the global population density

Details: 102 rows · Population density by country Population density can vary widely within a country. …

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Population growth in China

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in China increased by about 4,985,000 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 7.1 per 1000 people (~ 9,960,000 deaths) and the birth rate was 10.5 per 1000 people (~ 14,729,000 births).

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Population growth in Sweden

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Sweden increased by about 104,000 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 8.6 per 1000 people (~ 87,500 deaths) and the birth rate was 11.1 per 1000 people (~ 113,000 births).

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Population growth in Canada

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Canada increased by about 528,000 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 7.6 per 1000 people (~ 282,000 deaths) and the birth rate was 9.9 per 1000 people (~ 367,000 births).

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Population growth in Chile

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Chile increased by about 223,000 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 6.3 per 1000 people (~ 117,000 deaths) and the birth rate was 12.2 per 1000 people (~ 228,000 births).

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Population growth in Japan

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Japan decreased by about 264,170 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 11.1 per 1000 people (~ 1,404,000 deaths) and the birth rate was 7.0 per 1000 people (~ 886,000 births).

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Population growth in Brazil

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Brazil increased by about 1,580,000 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 6.5 per 1000 people (~ 1,368,000 deaths) and the birth rate was 13.7 per 1000 people (~ 2,870,000 births).

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Population growth in Qatar

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Qatar increased by about 50,400 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 1.2 per 1000 people (~ 3,460 deaths) and the birth rate was 9.4 per 1000 people (~ 26,100 births).

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Population growth in Germany

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Germany increased by about 187,000 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 11.3 per 1000 people (~ 937,000 deaths) and the birth rate was 9.4 per 1000 people (~ 779,000 births).

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Population growth in Finland

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Finland increased by about 6,080 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 9.8 per 1000 people (~ 54,100 deaths) and the birth rate was 8.3 per 1000 people (~ 45,800 births).

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Population growth in Jamaica

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Jamaica increased by about 13,400 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 7.6 per 1000 people (~ 22,300 deaths) and the birth rate was 15.9 per 1000 people (~ 46,700 births).

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Population growth in Cuba

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Cuba decreased by about 4,660 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 9.1 per 1000 people (~ 104,000 deaths) and the birth rate was 10.0 per 1000 people (~ 113,000 births).

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Statistics South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands

Details: The South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands are thus the 24th smallest country in the Americas and ranked 177th in the world. With 0.008 inhabitants per km² it is also the most sparsely populated country on earth. The highest mountain peak (Mount Paget) is at 2,935 meters. The island group consists of about 40 islands.

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Population growth in Zambia

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Zambia increased by about 509,000 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 6.3 per 1000 people (~ 110,000 deaths) and the birth rate was 35.8 per 1000 people (~ 621,000 births).

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Population growth in Gabon

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Gabon increased by about 53,300 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 6.7 per 1000 people (~ 14,200 deaths) and the birth rate was 31.0 per 1000 people (~ 65,600 births).

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Population growth in Kuwait

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Kuwait increased by about 69,800 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 2.8 per 1000 people (~ 11,600 deaths) and the birth rate was 13.3 per 1000 people (~ 54,800 births).

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The 50 largest economies in the world

Details: A large but not populous country like Canada, with its current population of 38.0 million, has little chance of matching the combined economic output of 329.5 million US-Americans or 1.4 billion Chinese. However, if you compare the economic output per capita, the picture is suddenly completely different. The USA slips from its top position to

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Population growth in the Philippines

Details: Population growth in the Philippines From 1960 to 2020 the population of the Philippines increased from 26.27 m to 109.58 m people. This is a growth by 317.1 percent in 60 years.The highest increase in the Philippines was recorded in 1961 with 3.39%.

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Population growth in the Netherlands

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in the Netherlands increased by about 113,000 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 8.8 per 1000 people (~ 152,000 deaths) and the birth rate was 9.7 per 1000 people (~ 167,000 births).

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Average income around the world

Details: On dividing all annual incomes and profits by the amount of the countrie's population, it will show the average income per capita. Included in this amount are all salaries and wages but also other unearned income on investments or capital gain. The average gross annual wage per full-time employee in the USA was $69,392 in 2020, or around $5,783

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Average age by country

Details: Influences on the average age Various factors have an influence on the age of a country's population. In economic nations and highly developed countries in particular, reliably good nutrition and medical care leads to higher life expectancy and thus to an increase in the age of the population. A higher proportion of women also results in a slight increase, as women …

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Population growth in New Zealand

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in New Zealand increased by about 78,700 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 6.9 per 1000 people (~ 33,700 deaths) and the birth rate was 12.0 per 1000 people (~ 58,600 births).

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Population growth in Spain

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Spain increased by about 336,000 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 8.8 per 1000 people (~ 412,000 deaths) and the birth rate was 7.6 per 1000 people (~ 356,000 births).

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Member states of the G8

Details: The alliance has received much criticism because of its composition of exclusively leading industrial nations. The most common argument is the unrepresentative composition compared to the world population, even though the member states decide on the world population to the exclusion of the other states.

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Population growth in Vietnam

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Vietnam increased by about 916,000 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 6.4 per 1000 people (~ 610,000 deaths) and the birth rate was 16.5 per 1000 people (~ 1,572,000 births).

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Population growth in Saint Lucia

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Saint Lucia increased by about 910 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 7.3 per 1000 people (~ 1,320 deaths) and the birth rate was 11.8 per 1000 people (~ 2,150 births).

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Population growth in Gibraltar

Details: Population growth in Gibraltar From 1960 to 2020 the population of Gibraltar increased from 23,394.00 to 33,691.00 people. This is a growth by 44.0 percent in 60 years.The highest increase in Gibraltar was recorded in 1964 with 2.44%.

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Population growth in Argentina

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Argentina increased by about 444,000 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 7.6 per 1000 people (~ 338,000 deaths) and the birth rate was 16.8 per 1000 people (~ 749,000 births).

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Members of the NATO

Details: North Atlantic Treaty Organization. NATO is an alliance of 29 member states. In addition to the USA and Canada on the American continent, these are numerous European states. All member states together cover an area of 24.57 m km² and about 944.52 m people. This is 16.25% of the world's habitable area and 12.17% of the world's population.

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List of 152 developing countries of the Third World

Details: According to the IMF definition, there are 152 developing countries with a current population of around 6.62 bn. At 85.22%, this is a considerable proportion of the world's population. It includes the whole of Central and South America, the whole of Africa, almost all Asian countries and numerous other island states.

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Population growth in Mauritius

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Mauritius increased by about 410 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 8.8 per 1000 people (~ 11,100 deaths) and the birth rate was 10.2 per 1000 people (~ 12,900 births).

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Member states of the COMESA trade agreement

Details: The COMESA is a trade agreement of currently 21 countries mainly located in Eastern Africa and in Northern Africa. All member states comprise a total area of 11.78 million km² and about 597.59 million people. This is 7.8% of the habitable area around …

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Members of the OIC

Details: The OIC's 56 current members are located primarily in North Africa, the Near East, and South Asia. Together they cover an area of 31.66 m km² with a population of about 1.89 bn. This corresponds to about 24.38% of the world's population. The main objective of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation is to promote cooperation between Muslim

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Population growth in Montenegro

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Montenegro decreased by about 200 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 10.8 per 1000 people (~ 6,690 deaths) and the birth rate was 11.7 per 1000 people (~ 7,260 births).

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Population growth in Guatemala

Details: Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2019 in the graph: The population in Guatemala increased by about 257,000 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 4.7 per 1000 people (~ 77,200 deaths) and the birth rate was 24.2 per 1000 people (~ 396,000 births).

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Members of the EMU

Details: The euro countries cover an area of 2.76 m km² in Europe and have a population of around 342.95 m. In terms of area, this corresponds to about 1.8% of the world's land mass and 4.4% of the world's population. With a money supply of around 12 trillion euros, the currency is one of the few leading currencies in the world.

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Country comparison Russia : United States

Details: Population. Population growth Population density Average body heights Life expectancy IQ by country Quality of life Languages Religions. Economy. Richest countries Unemployment rates Average income Cost of living Top travel countries Corruption Tax havens Currencies. Climate + …

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Country comparison Japan : United States

Details: Population. Population growth Population density Average body heights Life expectancy IQ by country Quality of life Languages Religions. Economy. Richest countries Unemployment rates Average income Cost of living Top travel countries Corruption Tax havens Currencies. Climate + …

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Country comparison India : United States

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Members of the ECOWAS

Details: Members of the ECOWAS: Economic Community of West African States. The ECOWAS is a trade agreement of currently 15 countries in Western Africa. All member states comprise a total area of 5.12 million km² and about 397.21 million people. This is 3.4% of the habitable area around the world and 5.1% of the world population.

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Member states of the UEMOA trade agreement

Details: Economic and Monetary Community of West Africa. The UEMOA is a trade agreement of currently 8 countries in Western Africa. All member states comprise a total area of 3.51 million km² and about 130.85 million people. This is 2.3% of the habitable area around the world and 1.69% of the world population.

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Guam: country data and statistics

Details: The dwarf state has a total area of only 540 km² (208 mi²) and a total coastline of 149 km (92.6 mi). This land area is about 3.1 times the size of Washington, D.C. Guam is thus the eleventh biggest country in Oceania and in terms of area ranked 198th worldwide. An exceptionally high proportion of residents (95%) belong to the urban population.

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Members of the UN

Details: Member states of the UN. United Nations. The UN is an alliance of states with currently 193 member states from all regions of the world. The United Nations is a global organization whose tasks consist in securing peace and protecting human and international rights. All member states together cover an area of 133.81 m km² and 7.72 bn people.

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