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Statistical Indicators for Asia and the Pacific

United Nations.

Statistical Indicators for Asia and the Pacific

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Published by United Nations Publications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages120
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9600581M
    ISBN 109211201624
    ISBN 109789211201628
    OCLC/WorldCa84414153

    Additionally, the population growth rate continued to slow, from 1. In the region, sex-ratio imbalances in favour of males are among the highest in the world. The population of Asia and the Pacific reached 4. The report is organized in three parts: Part I provides a regional snapshot of progress since starting of the MDGs and acceleration that is required in order for the region to achieve the 16 goals by Yet, in absolute terms population increase remains immense, with

    From tothe population of elderly persons 65 years and older has nearly doubled from million to more than million. The proportion of people in Asia and the Pacific within the most economically active age band is increasing. The report is organized in three parts: Part I provides a regional snapshot of progress since starting of the MDGs and acceleration that is required in order for the region to achieve the 16 goals by Bythe elderly population is expected to double again and the child population to continue declining.

    In some countries and areas, such as Macao, China; Hong Kong, China; and Singapore, low levels of fertility are compensated by high rates of in-migration. Even with a modest population growth rate of 0. The region hosts the two most populous countries in the world: China with 1. Although the natural sex ratio at birth is boys for every girls,1 the ratio for the AsiaPacific region stands atbringing the global average to Part II then sets out a more detailed, goal by goal baseline for the region for selected targets, drawing on the latest data available on the proposed global indicators as well as supplementary statistical information. The proportion of people in Asia and the Pacific within the most economically active age band is increasing.


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Statistical Indicators for Asia and the Pacific book

The report is organized in three parts: Part I provides a regional snapshot of progress since starting of the MDGs and acceleration that is required in order for the region to achieve the 16 goals by During the same period, the population of children years declined slightly, hovering at 1 billion.

Yet, in absolute terms population increase remains immense, with The main objective of the Report is to highlight critical gaps and challenges of the region in achieving the SDGs and inform inter-governmental and inter-agency regional decision making in support of implementing the development agenda in the region.

In the region, sex-ratio imbalances in favour of males are among the highest in the world. Part II then sets out a more detailed, goal by goal baseline for the region for selected targets, drawing on the latest data available on the proposed global indicators as well as supplementary statistical information.

Although the natural sex ratio at birth is boys for every girls,1 the ratio for the AsiaPacific region stands atbringing the global average to This regional trend is influenced largely by China and India; the sex ratio at birth in these countries has increased from fewer than boys per girls in to the current level of Some countries, such as the Russian Federation, are addressing this problem through labour in-migration, while others are adopting policies to encourage larger families.

Bythe elderly population is expected to double again and the child population to continue declining. Population The population growth rate in Asia and the Pacific, while already lower than that of the global average, continued to slow in The population of Asia and the Pacific reached 4.

Part III concludes by highlighting key findings of the baseline report and the regional vision for transforming official statistics to tackle challenges in meeting the statistics and data requirements for the follow-up and review of the agenda.

Over the next 20 years, the elderly population aged 65 years and older is expected to double from its current level of million people. Countries also need to develop financially sustainable social and income security systems for the elderly.

In some countries and areas, such as Macao, China; Hong Kong, China; and Singapore, low levels of fertility are compensated by high rates of in-migration. The proportion of people in Asia and the Pacific within the most economically active age band is increasing.

It also emphasize critical role of data disaggregation for achieving the leave-no-one-behind ambition of the SDGs.

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From tothe population of elderly persons 65 years and older has nearly doubled from million to more than million. Even with a modest population growth rate of 0.

The region hosts the two most populous countries in the world: China with 1. Additionally, the population growth rate continued to slow, from 1.Key Indicators is an annual statistical publication of the Asian Development Bank.

It presents the most current economic, financial and social data on the Bank's developing member countries. Sinceit also features a special thematic chapter (marked with an *). First table is Country Key Indicators, scroll down for second table of Thematic Multi-Country Key Indicators.

East Asia & Pacific from The World Bank: Data.

Asia and the Pacific Sustainable Development Goals Indicator

Data. International Debt Statistics; Other Books and Reports; Country & Lending Groups; Data Portals and Tools; map and compare more than 1, time series indicators from the World Development Indicators.

Download. CSV XML EXCEL. DataBank. Online tool for visualization and analysis. national statistical systems. The individual data sources used in the Yearbook are mentioned among the respective indicator definitions, which appear after the narrative in each chapter.

The sources also appear in a separate list of online data sources. vi Statistical Yearbook for Asia and the Pacific Asia generated a quarter of the world’s total output of goods and services and its share of world exports is 17 percent. A little over half of humanity calls Asia its home.

Key Indicators of Developing Asian and Pacific Countries | Asian Development Bank. Get this from a library! Statistical indicators for Asia and the Pacific. [United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.;] -- The database is updated on a quarterly basis and includes series on population, industry, transport, internal trade, external trade, prices and finance in selected countries or areas of the ESCAP.

Maintained by ESCAP Statistics Division, ESCAP Statistical Online database provides data for + indicators from different statistical domains in both tabular and graphical formats.