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Bulgaria’s population will fall by 30 per cent by 2050

Date: 30.07.2007

Bulgaria’s population figures would decrease by 30 per cent by 2050, a report by investment fund Allianz Global Investors said.

The countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) were all facing serious demographic problems, but Bulgaria’s situation was the worst, the report said.

Bulgarian neighbouring country Romania will lose 20 per cent of its population by 2050, while population in Poland will by 10 per cent.

Women in the region give birth to 1.24 to 1.42 children. An average of 2.1 children per woman was needed for positive population growth.

The advanced average age was another serious problem for the region. The current ratio between pensioners and workers is 20:100. In 2035, the ratio will be 33:100 and will grow to 50:100 in 2050.

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