Rate of natural increase

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The rate of natural increase of a population is a demographic indicator measuring the number of live births minus the number of deaths in a particular region over a particular period. In combination with the net migration figure, the rate of natural increase provides information about whether a population is rising or falling. If births exceed deaths, there is said to be a positive rate of increase or a surplus of births. In the contrary case, there is surplus of deaths.

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