Statistical Papers - United Nations (Ser. A), Population and Vital Statistics Report

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2412-138X (online)
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The Population and Vital Statistics Report series presents data for countries or areas on population size (total, male, and female) from the latest available census, estimated total population size for the later available year, and the number and rate of vital events (live births, deaths, and infant deaths) for the latest available year within the past 15 years. These data are presented as reported by national statistical authorities to the Demographic Yearbook of the Statistics Division of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs.
 
Population and Vital Statistics Report, July 2008

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01 Mar 2013
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28
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Population and Vital Statistics Report, January 2008: This issue of the report presents data for countries or areas on population size (total, male, female) from the latest available census, estimated total population size for 2006 or 2007, and the number and rate of vital events (life births, death, and infant deaths) for the latest available year within the past 15 years (1993-2007). The issue also presents data for the world and its major areas and regions on estimated population size for both 2005 and 2006.

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    This issue of the Population and Vital Statistics Report presents data for countries or areas on population size (total, male, and female) from the latest available census, estimated total population size for 2006 or 2007 (the later available year), and the number and rate of vital events (live births, deaths, and infant deaths) for the latest available year within the past 15 years (1993-2007). These data are presented as reported by national statistical authorities to the Demographic Yearbook of the Statistics Division of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs. This issue also presents data for the world and its major areas and regions on estimated population size for both 2005 and 2006. These estimates were prepared by the Population Division of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs. The data described in this paragraph are presented in three tables

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