An Overview of Population Growth in Vietnam and New Zealand

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Compare and contrast population growth rates in Vietnam and New Zealand since 2000s and give reasons for the similarities or differences. What effects have these changes had on the economies and societies of the two countries ? Essay:

Population growth rate is the increase in a country’s population during a period of time, usually one year, expressed as a percentage of the population at the start of that period. Each country in the world has different rates based on the number of births, deaths during the period and the number of immigrants, emigrants. In this essay, I would make some comparison and contrast of population growth rates between Vietnam and New Zealand since 2000s as well as give reasons for rise or decline in population. Besides that, population growth has effects on the economy and society of two countries will be discussed. There are differences in the population growth in Vietnam and New Zealand. Overall, the rates look dissimilar in two countries. It is evident from both graphs about the population growth rate in New Zealand and Vietnam of CIA World Factbook, New Zealand is the country with low population growth rate while Vietnam has high population growth rate. As can be seen from the graph of New Zealand (CIA World Factbook) , the rate fluctuated mildly. The highest rate in 2000 reached 1.17% whereas the lowest one in 2011 accounted for 0.88%. Between 2000 and 2007 the population growth rate dropped steadily from 1.17% to 0.95% then rose slightly to 0.97% in 2008. From 2008 to 2011, it declined gradually to 0.88%. It is noticeable from the graph of Vietnam (CIA World Factbook), the population growth rate fluctuated widely. The highest rate in 2000 made up 1.49 but the lowest one stood at 0.98% in 2009. From 2000 to 2003, the number of population growth has a sharp fall from 1.49% to 1.29% then increased slightly to 1.3% in 2004. Between 2004 and 2009 the rate dropped dramatically to 0.98% afterward had a...
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