In this selection are highlighted 10 countries with the lowest birth rate in the world. Some of these countries have rules and regulations to control this rate. Their government has drawn up rules to maintain a low birth rate. For the smaller population, these countries were successful. In the world, especially underdeveloped countries have higher birth rates. Source: computerminus.com
10. SAN MARINO
Its recent average fertility rate is 8.7 births per 1000 people. The death rate is 7.6 per 1000 people. The people are mainly drawn to agriculture. The unemployment rate is known as the lowest in the whole of Europe. It is one of the richest countries in the world by GDP. The total area is 61.2 km². The total average population is 32,500 from San Marino, which is tenth in this selection of the 10 countries with the lowest birth rate in the world.
Taiwan is located in East Asia. And it has average fertility rate of 8.55 births for 1000 people. It is also known as the sixteenth most populous country in the world, according to density. According to the census of 2013, the total average population was 23,345. The mortality rate is 6.7 per 1000 people.
Slovenia has the lowest population density in Europe. The average population consists of 2059 per 1000 people. The population is mainly Italian, Slovenian and Hungarian. The average birth rate is 8.48 births for 1000 people. The estimated total population in 2014 was 2,061,085.
The average population is 76,246 people. The mortality rate is from 4 to 1000 people. According to July 2014, the total population was 85,458. The average age of the people of Andorra is 42.4 years. Most people are 25 to 54 years old. The estimated birth rate for 2014 is 8.48 births per 1000 people.
The total population according to census of December 31, 2013 was almost 80,767,000. And it has 8.42 births for 1000 people. The mortality rate is 11.29 people to 1000 in population.
5. SOUTH KOREA
The birth rate is 8.26 births per 1000 in population. In 1980 his government introduced many methods to keep the rate at a lower level. Free birth control devices were given to mothers. Special allowances were given to parents who agreed to have low fertility rate. The country also refused to give a discount to parents who have 3 or more children.
Singapore is a beautiful country, and the average population is 5399 people. Only 14.3% of people are aged 25-34 years. The average fertility rate is 8.1 births to 1000 people. Singapore was successful after controlling for the pregnancy rate. And the fertility rate was 1.19 in 2013.
Japan has also introduced birth control measures in the country. The birth rate according to the estimate of 2014 is 8.07 births per 1000 people. It is the thirty-seventh most populous country, according to density. The average population is 128,058 according to 2010. And 63.7% of the population is between 15 and 65 years of age. The average mortality rate, according to 2014 was 10 people for every 1000. Japan is known as the country’s third lowest fertility rate.
2. SAINT PIERRE AND MIQUELON
The official language is French, being this second country in this selection of the 10 countries with the lowest birth rate in the world. The main occupation of the population is fishing. The fertility rate is very low. The estimated fertility rate is 7.7 births per 1000 people. It is a beautiful island, and the total population is 6080 people according to the 2011 census. The pregnancy rate is low because its total population rate is also low. The population growth rate is -0.7%. And the expected mortality rate is 6.81 per 1000 people. And 99% of the total population is literate. 2.4% people are 0 to 14 years old.
Monaco is in Western Europe. The total population is only 36,371. It is known as the second smallest country in the world . The fertility rate is the lowest in the world, being the leading country in this selection. The average birth rate estimate is 6.72 births per 1000 people. It is a very small country, and its defense is managed by France. The country is economically strong. This implies no tax on the population. Most people belong to the 15 to 65 age group. The death rate is 8.52 deaths for 1000 people. Only 12.3% of people are between 0 and 15 years of age.