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Cyprus recorded the 2nd largest natural positive change of population in the EU
CNA - Athanasios Athanasiou - Belgium/Brussels 10/07/2018 12:40


During 2017 Cyprus recorded  9.2 live births in every 1000 residents and 6.0 deaths, registering a net positive change of 3.2 for every 1000 residnets, according to Eurostat, the statistical office of the EU.

In "crude ratio" terms, which is calculated as the ratio of the number of events to the average population in a given year, Cyprus recorded 10.7 live birhts and 7.0 deaths, which constitue a 3.8‰ positive natural change of population, second in the EU, only to Ireland.

Ireland (with a natural change of its population of +6.6‰) remained in 2017 the Member State where births most outnumbered deaths, ahead of Cyprus (+3.8‰), Luxembourg (+3.2‰), France (+2.5‰), Sweden (+2.3‰) and the United Kingdom (+2.2‰). In contrast, among the fourteen EU Member States which registered a negative natural change in 2017, deaths outnumbered births the most in Bulgaria (-6.

(CNA)

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