Dynamic shifts is going around the world.
After 20-years, the population rate of higher income nations are likely to peak for many major economies population decreases underway.
Most of the European nations are diminishing by 2100, and likely to decrease by 120 million people, from 750 million to around 630 million, as per the United Nations population data released. The population of Italy is further expected to drop down by 20 million people, Germany by 9 million, and populations of Moldova, Albania, and Serbia are likely to fall to half.
However, the United Kingdom is exceptional, which population is likely to increase by 10 million people. Sweden, Norway, Ireland, and Switzerland are likely to see rise in populations.
Outside of Europe some shifts in population are even more dramatic, India is likely to overtake China as the world’s most populous nation by 2027 and reach a population hike by 2026. Hence, the population of China is likely to fall by 375 million by 2100.
World’s population is likely to reach 9.7 billion in 2050 and could hike at around 11 billion around 2100.
In terms of the top 10 largest nations, Bangladesh, Brazil, Mexico, and Russia are likely to be replaced by Egypt, Ethiopia, Tanzania, and DR Congo. USA drops to 4th as Nigeria takes the 3rd position.
United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs, Liu Zhenmin said that “many of the fastest growing populations are in the poorest countries.”
By 2100, less than 1 in 10 people will be Chinese from close to 1 in 5 at present.