Spotlight: Costa Rica.

  • Published 1998 in Population today

Abstract

3.5 million people lived in Costa Rica as of mid-1997. There were 24 births and 4 deaths per 1000 population, respectively, contributing to the annual natural increase rate of 2.0%. Each woman in Costa Rica bears an average of 2.8 children during her reproductive lifespan and men and women were expected to live for 73 and 78 years, respectively. Costa… (More)

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@article{1998SpotlightCR, title={Spotlight: Costa Rica.}, author={}, journal={Population today}, year={1998}, volume={26 3}, pages={7} }