Demography

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Sunday, 30.08.2015, 22:56

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1,370 births registered in Estonia in July

1,370 births registered in Estonia in July

17.08.2015

According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, a total of 1,370 births were registered in Estonia in July, 666 of them girls and 704 boys, writes LETA/Delfi.

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Number of youth in Latvia decreases by 5.7% annually

Number of youth in Latvia decreases by 5.7% annually

12.08.2015

According to the data of the Central Statistical Bureau at the beginning of 2015 there were 277 thousand young people aged 13 to 25 in Latvia. Of them 142 thousand were males, and 135 thousand - females. Over the last five years the number of youth shows on average 5.7% decrease annually. Also the share of young people in the total number of population keeps declining each year. If in 2005 each fifth (20%) Latvian national was aged 13 to 25 years, then in 2010 the share of youth dropped to 17%, and in 2015 - to 14%.

Women made up 54% of the total population in Lithuania at the beginning of 2015

Women made up 54% of the total population in Lithuania at the beginning of 2015

07.08.2015

Statistics Lithuania informs that an annual publication Women and Men in Lithuania 2014 has been released.


Estonia's capital gains 2,000 residents in 7 months

Estonia's capital gains 2,000 residents in 7 months

04.08.2015

According to the data of the Estonian population register, as of 1 August 2015, 436,576 people lived in Estonia's capital Tallinn, an increase of 2,150 people since the start of the year, the city's press agency Raepress reports, cites LETA.

Estonia's population expected to shrink below million

Estonia's population expected to shrink below million

04.08.2015

The latest UN population estimates and projections report stated that Europe's population is ageing and shrinking, and that trend applies to Estonia as well, writes LETA/National Broadcasting.

24.07.2015

Latvia had largest increase in birthrate in Baltics in 2014

Data of the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that in 2014 as compared to 2013 the number of births rose in all three Baltic States. However, the largest birth rate growth of 5.6% was registered in Latvia.

24.07.2015

In 2005–2014, due to negative migration, Lithuania’s population declined by 312.5 thousand

Statistics Lithuania informs that an annual publication Demographic Yearbook 2014 has been released. The publication provides statistical information about the structure and demographic development of the Lithuanian population: birth and death rates, marriages, divorces, migration. Comparable demographic statistics of the European Union member states and population projections of the Statistical Office of the European Union (Eurostat) are provided.

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