1 edition of Asia region population projections found in the catalog.
Asia region population projections
|Statement||Eduard Bos ... [et al.].|
|Series||Policy, research, and external affairs working papers ;, WPS 599|
|Contributions||Bos, Eduard R., Vu, My T., 1939-|
|LC Classifications||HA4553 .V79 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxxxix, 113 p. :|
|Number of Pages||113|
|LC Control Number||91180275|
Today, about 2/3 of the world’s population lives in Asia, a figure dominated by India and China. Looking at the regional breakdown of the forecasts, we see that by , Africa and Asia will be home to and billion individuals respectively, and will together account for 83% of the world’s population. The statistic shows a projection of the aging population in Southeast Asia for In , the percentage of the population of Singapore above the age of 65 was forecasted to reach percent. The share of population older than 65 in Thailand was forecasted to reach about
The world’s population is projected to reach billion by , billion by and exceed 11 billion in , according to a United Nations report. China's population will peak at billion in ; India's four decades later at billion. Changes in fertility make long-term projections hard, but by the planet’s population will be.
Population by region. Six of the Earth's seven continents are permanently inhabited on a large scale. Asia is the most populous continent, with its billion inhabitants accounting for 60% of the world population. The world's two most populated countries, China and India, together constitute about 36% of the world's population. Africa is the second most populated continent, with around Population Growth and Population Density. Namibia is one of the least densely populated countries in the world with just people per square kilometer, which ranks th worldwide. The only sovereign country that is less densely populated is Mongolia with 2 people per square kilometers. The largest city and capital is Windhoek, with a population of about ,
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Asia region population projections. Washington, DC ( H St., NW, Washington ): Population and Human Resources Dept., World Bank,  (OCoLC) Almost half the world's population lives in Asia.
Fertility in these countries, mostly in Southeast This proportion is projected to decline to 40 Asia, has consequently declined Size: 8MB. Population, Health, and Nutrition Population and Human Resources Department The World Bank November ' WPS Asia Region Population Projections Edition Rodolfo A.
Bulatao, Eduard Bos, Patience W. Stephens, and My T. Vu The Asia region has half the world's population and contributes half the world's annual population growth. Downloadable. Population projections for all countries are prepared annually by the Bank's Population and Human Resources Department.
They are published first in summary form in the Bank's World Development Report and later in greater detail as technical notes or working papers and, in alternate years, as a book. Separate papers cover the six Bank regions: (1) Africa (sub-Saharan); (2) Latin.
Abstract. Population projections for all countries are prepared annually by the Bank's Population and Human Resources Department. They are published first in summary form in the Bank's World Development Report and later in greater detail as technical notes or working papers and, in alternate years, as a : Eduard Bos, My T.
Vu and Ann Levin. East Asia and Pacific region South Asia region population projections edition (Inglês) Resumo. Population projections for all countries are prepared annually by the Bank's Population and Human Resources : Bos, Eduard Vu, My T.
Levin, Ann. The current population of Asia is 4, as of Thursday,based on the latest United Nations estimates. Asia population is equivalent to % of the total world population. Asia ranks number 1 among regions of the world (roughly equivalent to "continents"), ordered by population.
31 per cent of the region’s population will live there. Instead, in almost half of the region’s population will live in South and South-West Asia.
As the fastest growing subregion, although still small, the share of the Pacific of the region’s total population is also growing from per cent in to per cent in 53 rows This is a list of Asian countries and dependent territories by population sorted by (Sub-)continents: Africa, Asia, Europe, North America.
Asia Realizing the Asian Century region of Asia 2 Urban Gini coefficient (by country) 3 Urban Gini coefficients over time Chapter 10 1 Asia’s urban population will nearly double by Chapter 10 1 Projection of energy demand and supply in Asia Chapter 4 World Population Prospects Levels and trends of the world’s population by region Based on the medium-variant projection, the world’s population is expected to increase by billion people between andreaching billion people in It is expected that half of the population.
Laos will remain the youngest nation in Asia. Asia is on track to have the oldest population in the world in next few decades. Japan has the largest population of elderly people at percent.
It is projected that the elderly population in the country in next decade and more will grow by percent. Asia (/ ˈ eɪ ʒ ə, ˈ eɪ ʃ ə / ()) is Earth's largest and most populous continent, located primarily in the Eastern and Northern shares the continental landmass of Eurasia with the continent of Europe and the continental landmass of Afro-Eurasia with both Europe and covers an area of 44, square kilometres (17, sq mi), about 30% of Earth's total Area: 44, km² (17, sq mi) (1st).
Five of the 7 countries with the fastest population growth bywill be in Asia 1, and nearly two billion of the billion new middle class consumers created globally, are also expected to be from Asia.
In addition, nearly 70% of Asia’s population will live in cities and produce 47% of the region. The high fertility rates south of the Sahara mean that region of Africa will account for more than half of global population growth between now andaccording to projections.
Projections indicate that the percentage of those aged 65 and older will more than triple between and in China, India, and Indonesia and more than double in Japan (see Figure 1), as the result of two long-term trends. The first is the steady increase in life expectancy that has been going on for at least 60 years and is expected to continue for the foreseeable future (see Figure 2).
Population Pyramids: ASIA - Other indicators visualized on maps: (In English only, for now) Adolescent fertility rate (births per 1, women ages ). The world population is projected to reach billion inand to increase further to billion in and billion by As with any type of projection, there is a degree of.
The current population of South-Eastern Asia isas of Wednesday,based on the latest United Nations estimates.; South-Eastern Asia population is equivalent to % of the total world population.; South-Eastern Asia ranks number 3 in Asia among subregions ranked by Population.; The population density in South-Eastern Asia is per Km 2 ( people per mi 2).
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Asia’s Aging Population All across Asia, the number of people age 65and above is expected to grow dramatically over the next 50 years. For the region as a whole, the population in this age group will increase by percent—from million in to million in (Table 1). Facing an unprecedented pace of population aging,File Size: KB.Asia’s continued prosperity will be aided by population growth, with its share of world population remaining above 50 percent through due to an additional million people.By Asia’s population is projected to fall almost back to levels we see today.
You can use the ‘relative’ toggle in the chart to see each region’s share of the world population. Here we see that today Africa has just over 17% of the global population; by this is projected to rise to 40%.