Population growth rates asian countries
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The rate is projected to fall below the replacement fertility rate 2. Between and , the number of people ages 80 and older is expected to increase from million to million. Starting in , there are projected to be more people ages 65 and older than under age 15 — the first time this will be the case. Contributing factors to the rise in the median age are the increase in life expectancy and falling fertility rates. Projections show these gains will come mostly in sub-Saharan Africa, which is expected to more than triple in population by The regions that include the United States and Canada Northern America and Australia and New Zealand Oceania are projected to grow throughout the rest of the century, too, but at slower rates than Africa.
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This article includes a table of countries and self-governing dependent territories by annual population growth rate. The table below shows annual population growth rate history and projections for various areas, countries, regions and sub-regions from various sources for various time periods. The right-most column shows a projection for the time period shown using the medium fertility variant. Preceding columns show actual history.
PIP: Despite the spread of public and private family planning programs, population growth in developing countries continues to set records, according to the edition of the World Population Data Sheet of the Population Reference Bureau. Increased emphasis on population problems may yet produce results, yet prospects for population growth in the Third World remain essentially unchanged. About 90 million people are added to world population every twelve months. Out of every people added to this planet, 97 are born in the Third World. In , world population was 5.