The population of South-East Asia
The population of South-East Asia has recently passed the 500 million mark. Although growth is slowing, another 140 million may be added over the 20-year period 1995-2015. The additional population will be concentrated in the working ages and among the elderly. In many countries of the region – for example, Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam – there will little or no further growth in the number of children and adolescents. Almost all countries will continue to benefit for some time yet from a...[Show more]
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