China in 2030: The Future Demographic
In 2030, the population of China will reach 1.4 billion, an increase of 4.7% from 2012. Falling birth rates and increasing life expectancy mean that the population is ageing rapidly. In 2030 the median age will be 47.1 years and China will have the largest number of people over 65 years in the world. Imbalances between the sexes will continue with men aged 0-20 years accounting for 55.0% of all 0-20 year olds in 2030, compared to 54.8% in 2012.
The China in 2030: The Future Demographic report includes:
- A snapshot of the population in 2030
- China’s place in global population trends
- Analysis of changing population structures
- Statistics on ageing
- Vital statistics and population by sex
- Marriage and divorce rates
- A look at the diversity of the population
- A breakdown of the biggest cities by population size
- Historic and forecast data covering the period 2005-2030
Our Future Demographic reports answer questions such as:
- What will the population of China be in 2030?
- What will be the age make-up of the consumer market?
- Is the population ageing?
- How diverse is the population of China?