Tag: population growth

China welcomed 17.86 million new children in 2016, an annual increase of 7.9 percent, with new births mostly in the first half of the year

Hayward: China Reverses Population Control Stance, Urges Citizens to Be Fruitful and Multiply

China’s shifting position on population control was signaled this week by a new postage stamp showing a happy family of pigs with three piglets – a strong signal to a populace long forced to have only one child per family and then grudgingly permitted to have two. The message was then transmitted even more clearly by a full-page article in a state-run newspaper mourning “the impact of low birth rates on the economy” and urging citizens to do something about it.

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Two in Three UK Voters Think Population Growth Too High

Three in four people want to see the government take action against population growth, according to new figures which showed the majority of voters believe Britain is becoming too full too fast.

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Austrian Population Grows Solely Due to New Migrants

The population of Austria is scheduled to grow by over one per cent because of the mass migration of asylum seekers – the highest rate of growth seen in the country since the 1990’s.

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DHS Sued for Ignoring Environmental Effects of Mass Immigration

A federal complaint has been filed against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Secretary Jeh Johnson for their “actions concern[ing] the entry and settlement of multitudinous foreign nationals into the United States.”

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Five Texas Suburbs Make Fastest Growing U.S. Cities List

Texas is home to five of the fastest growing cities and towns in the nation says the U.S. Census Bureau. They released new population estimates Thursday that show explosive growth lies in the state’s suburbs. The study looked at the top 15

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Nearly 500,000 People ‘Gone to Texas,’ Says U.S. Census Bureau

The expression “Gone to Texas,” an 1800’s colloquialism popularized to mean pulling up stakes for a fresh start in life, lived up to its reputation when the U.S. Census Bureau released its latest population estimates. Nearly half a million people relocated in the Lone Star State in just one year, more than in any other state in the nation.

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Report: Household Spending Going into Overdrive

The strong dollar, low interest rates and pent-up demand should drive after-tax growth in real consumer spending and a doubling of the rate of housing growth, according to Lombard Street Research.