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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Saturday, 21.09.2019, 08:14

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Estonia: Living longer, but health is worse

Estonia: Living longer, but health is worse

04.09.2019

According to Statistics Estonia, in 2018, life expectancy at birth was 73.9 years for males and 82.4 years for females. Life expectancy has increased for both sexes, slightly more for males. Men are expected to live disability-free for 52.8 and women for 55.6 years. Just a year ago, disability-free life expectancy for males was two years longer and for females over three years longer.

Keyword tags: Analytics, Demography, Estonia, Health, Society



The highest share of babies born during these summer months in EU was registered in Slovenia and Estonia

The highest share of babies born during these summer months in EU was registered in Slovenia and Estonia

19.08.2019

During the months of June, July and August 2017, 1.3 mln babies were born in the EU, which represented 26.2% of all babies born that year, informed Eurostat.

Number of children in Latvia has dropped by 4.3% in eight years

Number of children in Latvia has dropped by 4.3% in eight years

16.08.2019

There were 359,000 children in Latvia early this year, which is by 16,000 or 4.3% fewer than in 2010, according to te Central Statistical Bureau.


Latvian is mother tongue of 60.8% of the population of Latvia

Latvian is mother tongue of 60.8% of the population of Latvia

02.08.2019

Data of the Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia (CSB) show that at the end of 2017 Latvian was mother tongue of 60.8% of the country’s usually resident population. Compared to the results of Population and Housing Census 2000, the share of inhabitants the mother tongue whereof is Latvian has risen by 2.6 percentage points and the share of people having other mother tongue has declined.

Latvia: In the 1st half of 2019, 260 more marriages were registered than a year ago

Latvia: In the 1st half of 2019, 260 more marriages were registered than a year ago

19.07.2019

Provisional data compiled by the Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia (CSB) show that in the six months of 2019, 4 730 marriages were registered, and that is 260 marriages more than during the same period of the previous year. During the last three years the number of marriages has become stable, and on average 13 thousand marriages are registered a year.


17.07.2019

Latvia and Lithuania in the top five EU countries with the highest death rates

In 2016, 5.1 mln persons died in the European Union (EU), some 80 000 less than in the previous year. One third of these deaths occurred to people aged less than 75 (1.7 mln, 33%), whilst 1.5 mln people died between the ages of 75 and 85 (29%) in 2016. 1.9 mln deaths concerned people aged 85 and over (38%), informed Eurostat.

28.06.2019

CSB starts publishing remigration statistics

In 2017 and 2018, additionally to annual migration estimate, Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia (CSB) conducted External Migration Survey. The survey was aimed at finding out coverage of population migration flows abroad and acquisition of more detailed information about remigrants.

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