La Cina ha registrato la crescita demografica più lenta degli ultimi decenni, rivela il nuovo censimento

Hong Kong China’s population grew at its slowest rate in decades in the 10 years prior to 2020, according to census data released on Tuesdaya trend that could pose serious issues for the world’s second-largest economy.

According to the country’s National Bureau of Statistics, the population rose by 5.38% — o 72 un milione di persone — per 1.41 billion over the past decade.
The latest data represents an average annual population growth rate of 0.53%, che era 0.04% lower than the annual growth rate reported between 2000 e 2010.
    Nel frattempo, the proportion of the population aged over 65 rose rapidly, a partire dal 8.87% nel 2010 per 13.5% nel 2020.
      China launched its seventh national census in novembre 1 l'anno scorso, invio 7 million workers to count its massive population in the middle of a pandemia globale.
        The government has battled to reverse declining population growth as it faces the reality of fewer workers supporting an increasingly aging society.
          Nel 2020, the number of newborns registered in China dropped by quasi 15% year-on-year, a partire dal 11.79 milioni in 2019 per 10.03 milioni.
            Questa è una storia in evoluzione, e c'è dell'altro.

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