Population – World, ASEAN, Philippines – 2017

World Population

7.5 billion (as of April 2017)

7 billion (2011)

Forecast:

8 billion by 2023

10 billion by 2057

Population in the world is currently (2017) growing at a rate of around 1.11% per year (down from 1.13% in 2016). The current average population change is estimated at around 80 million per year.

Annual growth rate reached its peak in the late 1960s, when it was at 2% and above. The rate of increase has therefore almost halved since its peak of 2.19 percent, which was reached in 1963.

The annual growth rate is currently declining and is projected to continue to decline in the coming years. Currently, it is estimated that it will become less than 1% by 2020 and less than 0.5% by 2050.



ASEAN Population

Founded in 1967, ASEAN encompasses Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam

Approximately 646 million people, 8.6% of the world’s population.

ASEAN Countries Population (April 2017)
Indonesia 263,510,146
Philippines 103,796,832
Vietnam 95,414,640
Thailand 68,297,547
Myanmar 54,836,483
Malaysia 31,164,177
Cambodia 16,076,370
Laos 7,037,521
Singapore 5,784,538
Brunei 434,448
Total 646,352,702

http://www.worldometers.info/population/countries-in-asia-by-population/



Philippines

Philippines (103,796,832 – 104 million) – No. 13 in the world standing; No. 2 in ASEAN

Year

Population

Yearly % Change

Yearly Change

2017

103,796,832

1.51 %

1,546,699

2016

102,250,133

1.54 %

1,550,738

2015

100,699,395

1.6 %

1,532,099

2010

93,038,902

1.55 %

1,379,506

2005

86,141,373

2.02 %

1,641,825

2000

77,932,247

2.22 %

1,619,307

Sex ratio: approximately 1:1

ROJ@17apr14

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