Mercoledì, 26 Settembre 2018

Average age in Italy rising as fewer births reported


Rome, November 14 - The Italian population
continues to age, as fewer births are occurring, the national
statistics agency said Wednesday.
According to Istat, a total of 546,607 births were reported
in Italy in 2011, about 15,000 fewer than were recorded the
previous year.
This figure confirms the downward trend that began in 2009,
the agency added.
A falling birthrate is especially obvious in couples where
both partners are Italian - a drop of almost 40,000 births in
such couples, compared with 2008 figures, says the agency.
Where one parent is foreign, the birthrate is also
declining but at a much slower rate, the agency said.

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