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Myanmar's population grows by 34,000 per months
Myanmar's populations increased by 237,975 from April to October this year, according to government reports from the Ministry of Immigration and Population. 237,975 people are now living in Myanmar. That corresponds to a forecast annual demographic change of 407,957. The global economy is growing at a faster pace than the global annual GDP figure of 1.15 per cent predicted by the Bank.
Demographic change is in line with a 2010 UN survey that forecast that population increase in Myanmar would slow down by 2050. From 2015 to 2035, the UN expects Myanmar to be the second weakest expanding nation in ASEAN, with only Thailand to grow more rapidly.
ASEAN' s most rapidly expanding nation will be Malaysia, according to the Global Population Forecast: "The World Bevölkerung Prospect": However, these figures must be regarded as approximate estimations, as they are demographic information in Myanmar. In this year's survey, the total number of inhabitants was reduced from 60 million to 51 million, and new accounts on the basis of these adapted figures were published only slowly.
Results of the survey were provisional and the formal reporting is due to be published in May 2015. Yangon is the most populous area in Myanmar with over 7.3 million inhabitants.
Xinhua - Myanmar Yangon New Urban Development Program to Manage Demographics Growth
Yangon, March 24 (Xinhua) -- In 2017-18, Myanmar will implement the Yangon New Urban Development Program to address the growing populations of the country's biggest cityscape. Future Yangon New City Project is located on 7,284 acres across the coast of Twanty, Kyimyindine and Seikyi Khanaungtoownships on the other side of the Yangon River, parliamentary reports said Friday.
According to the source, the projekt will contain a new SEO. Low budget residential property will also be realized for those who are in the squatter and those who have trouble finding accommodation problemat. Yangon currently has more than seven million inhabitants. Detailed information on the scheme will be presented to the local government for adoption.
It will be implemented by state-owned firms, with 51% of the investments come from the state governments and 49% from the building industry.