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10th December 2019

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India’s population growth will come to an end The number of children has already peaked.

India will soon become the world’s most populous country as India’s population is predicted to surpass that of China within the next decade. India’s population is expected to continue to grow until mid-century, reaching an estimated 1.68 billion in the 2050s as the chart below shows. But an important piece of evidence tells us that population growth will come to an end: The number of children in India peaked more than a decade ago and is now falling.

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