Low fertility in urban China
According to the Population Reference Bureau, the total fertility rate (TFR) fell to 2.9 children per woman in the world in the year 2000, with 1.5 for developed countries and 3.7 for developing countries. Countries like Italy, Spain, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Russia, Slovenia, and Georgia recorded an exceptionally low fertility, where the TFR was less than 1.3 (The Population Reference Bureau, 2000). Below replacement fertility has been observed in some populations for many...[Show more]
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