Mozambique's population will double every 25 years if the current pace is maintained, according to demographic indicators published today by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).
"Eight billion lives, infinite possibilities" is the title of this year's publication on the status of the world population.
Mozambique appears with a current estimated population of 33.9 million, and if the annual growth rate remains unchanged, it will have 67.8 million in 2048 - 25 years from now.
The country will grow more than most less developed countries, which on average will take 30 years to double their population at . . .
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