GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Report: Taiwan Birth Rate Statistics

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"In 2020, the birth rate in Taiwan was approximately 7.88 births per 1,000 people."

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"The fertility rate in Taiwan for 2019 was 1.15 children per woman."

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"In 2019, approximately 180,000 babies were born in Taiwan."

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"The number of births in Taiwan decreased by 1.61 thousand from December 2020 to January 2021."

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"As of 2020, the crude birth rate in Taiwan is projected to decrease to 7.11 per 1,000 people by 2025."

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"In 2016, the birth rate of Taiwan reached its highest point in over a decade at 8.86 births per 1000 people."

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"Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, had the lowest birth rate in the country in 2019 at 0.91 children per woman."

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"As of 2019, Taiwan ranked third for the lowest birth rate among 198 countries."

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"2018 marked Taiwan's lowest annual number of newborns in eight years, with a total number of 180,509 babies."

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"In 2021, there was a 5.2% decrease in the total number of births in the first quarter compared to the same period in 2020."

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"Since 2001, the birth rate in Taiwan has fallen by more than 50%."

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"Taiwan's birth rate has been below the replacement level of 2.1 since 1984."

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"The fertility rate in Taiwan decreased by nearly 50% between 1957 and 2003."

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"In 2018, Taiwan had the second-lowest fertility rate in the world after South Korea."

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"In 2019, Changhua had the highest birth rate in Taiwan, with a fertility rate of 1.33."

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"Between 2005 and 2020, Taiwan's birth rate declined by roughly 45%."

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"In Taiwan, the fertility rate of women aged 15-49 years was 3.4 children in 1980, but dropped to 1.72 children in 2005."

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