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Live Births And Birth Prices, By Year

In fact, the largest population loss today isn’t happening in Asia, but in Eastern Europe, where the UN projects that a combination of high emigration and low birth prices will see populations fall by a fifth in Bulgaria, Latvia, Lithuania, and Serbia. Authorities say a country’s fertility rate has long-term consequences for its economy. If Taiwan’s birth rate continues to decline, it may perhaps hinder financial development and pose a challenge to the nation’s social safety technique. The debate more than the historic importance of different disease determinants is also discussed. This entry then explains the widening out of the...