Posted January 14, 2020 11:27:24 A look at India’s demographic changes over the past decade, and which way is it heading?
India is an emerging market.
It has been growing steadily, but it is still very much a baby nation.
It is one of the fastest-growing economies in the world.
The median age of India’s population is now around 39.9 years.
This means that nearly three-quarters of India is over the age of 65, with one-third of India living in the age group 65 years and over.
It means that the country’s population has increased by almost 2 million people over the last 10 years.
In a recent report by the Pew Research Centre, India is projected to overtake China as the world’s largest economy by 2030.
The country’s gross domestic product (GDP) will be about $4.2 trillion by 2035, which is 2.4 times that of China.
India has been gaining ground, but is still the world leader in poverty, with the rate of its poor people being about 10 times higher than the world average.
India’s overall population has grown by about 5 million people, or one person every 11 seconds.
India is also the country with the highest proportion of children under five in the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development), with a much higher proportion of girls and women under 15.
It also has one of Asia’s highest rates of obesity, with about 35 per cent of India aged under 25.
India also has the highest rate of tuberculosis in the entire world, with nearly a quarter of its adults being infected with the disease.
The report says India is likely to overtake France as the second-most populous country in the Asia-Pacific region by 2050.
The United States is expected to overtake Japan as the third-largest economy by 2020.
Australia is the second most populous country after China, but its population is forecast to decline by 1.4 million people.
India will be one of two countries with the most people over 65 in the next decade.
Its population will be 1.6 billion by 2040, with 1.3 billion people aged 65 years old.