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Region: South America
Category: Age

South America Age

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  • Brazil in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... will slow down every year over this timeframe. Meanwhile, the country will age rapidly up to 2030, compounded by falling birth rates and increasing life expectancy. The urban population will increase swiftly up to 2030 ... Read More

  • Uruguay in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... oldest median ages in Latin America, this will be compounded by falling birth rates and increasing life expectancy. Its population will grow at a slower pace than the regional average (13.8%) in 2015-2030 due to ... Read More

  • Peru in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... in 2015-2030 as net migration remains negative. Despite rapid growth in older age groups, Peru will still have a relatively young population in 2030 with nearly 60% of the population made up of under 40s ... Read More

  • Colombia in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... to declining births, increasing deaths and negative net migration. Large increases in older age groups mean that Colombia will remain one of the older countries in the Latin America region in 2030. Bogota will continue ... Read More

  • Chile in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... cohorts in 2015-2030 mean that Chile will remain one of the oldest countries in Latin America in 2030. Santiago, the capital, will continue to dominate the urban landscape and should account for nearly a third ... Read More

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