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1.3 billion Here are some estimates of the population of China over time: 2009: 1,331,460,000 2011: 1,342,640,000 (March 2011), almost one fifth of the world'spopulation. 2012…: 1,335,500,000 2013: 1,350,000,000 (As of early 2015, the most recent population numbers available arefrom 2013.) As a comparison, approximate population numbers for a few otherareas (2013): India: 1.25 billion Sub-Saharan Africa: 936.9 million Latin America and Caribbean: 615.3 million Middle East and North Africa: 402.6 million North America (including the US): 351.4 million United States: 316.5 million Australia: 23.1 million 1/5 of the world's population. In other words, 1 out of 5 people inthe world lives in China. That is about 1.3 billion people. China'sgrowth rate has slowed considerably, and is under 0.5%. Incomparison the US population growth rate at 0.97% is about doublethat of China, though the US has only 25% of China's population.India's growth rate is 1.46%, and has a population about the samesize as that of China. 1,300,000,000. That is, one billion, three hundred million. China has more people than any other country in the world. Therewere 1,330,044,605 people as of mid-2008. As of 2012, there are 1.351 billion people that live in China,China is the most populous country n the world.
chinas population is approximatly 1.3 billion
The population problem that China faces is rapid population growth and the inability of the country to adequately support it (Hofsten 1980, p. 213). Total population in Chi…na increased from 574.8 million in 1952 to 987.0 million in 1985 and 1248.1 million in 1998 (Chow 2002, p. 183). The exponential rate of increase has put considerable strain on China's economic and social development, and hinders the improvement of livelihood and quality of life (Information Office of the State Council Of the People's Republic of China 1991). Experts have persuaded developing countries that rapid population growth was one of the biggest obstacles to economic development, and that these countries would not be able to direct their resources to economic development because they would be consumed in meeting the needs of the large population (Vervoom 2002, p. 150). The government promoted the 'later, longer, fewer' campaign, which meant delaying marriage, longer spacing between births, and having fewer children (Kane & Choi 1999). The campaign was easily accepted by and did not meet with strong resistance from city residents and people in the rural areas (Poston et al. 2006, p. 14). However, the ambitious aim of reaching zero growth by the year 2000 was unattainable through this campaign. Introduced in 1979, the aim of the one-child policy was to limit the population of the country to 1.2 billion by the year 2000 (Poston et al. 2006, p. 8). Wide ranges of incentives were granted to encourage couples to commit themselves to having only one child.
The population of China is 1.325.082.380 as of mid-2009. I have reliable sources to tell me so so this should be right!! I hope I have helped all of you students out there tha…t want this answer!!!
There are 27 days in total public holidays among the year of 2009 in China. They are: New Year Holiday - 3 Days, Chinese New Year Holiday (Spring Festival) - 8 Days, Qin…gming Festival- 3 Days, Labor Day - 3 Days, Dragon Boat Festival - 3 Days, Mid-autumn Festival & National Holiday - 8 Days. See the Schedules at: http://chinahighlightstravel.blogspot.com/2008/12/china-public-holidays-2009-coming-out.html
Jan 1-3 (New Year) Jan 25-31 (Spring Festival) April 4 (Tomb Sweeping Day) May 1 ( Labour Day) May 28-30 ( Dragon Boat ) Oct 1-8 ( National Day holiday + Mid-Autumn …Festival)
1,306,313,812-2009. 12 million babies are born each year.
The 2010 estimate was 1,338,612,968. It would be impossible to get an accurate figure.
wag 1 200m a year
A qualified guess is 1,4 billon people. Last major population survey was made in 2006.
1,335,070,000 (1.3 Billion) which is 19.65% of the worlds population
1,338,612,968 (est. July 2009)
China implemented the One Child Policy This policy keeps the population growth steady, but leading to the following side effects: 1. Aging population - each couple only allow…ed to have one child 2. Gender imbalance - under the influence of traditional Chinese concepts, it is believed that it is better to have a son instead of a daughter (valuing men over women). This makes abortion common when people have a daughter instead of a son, and there are the number of male is more than that of female 3. Late marriage and rising divorce rates in China 4. Empty net family - it discourages people to give birth, thus leading to empty net family, in which old couples have no sons or daughters, and this increases the government expenditure on elderly care and medical care
Overpopulation. I'm pretty positive they have laws that people can only have so many children.