Eurostat sees Poland's population down by 14.3% by 2060, in EU27 - up by 3.2%.

By bne IntelliNews June 9, 2011
Total population of Poland will likely decrease by 3.4% by 2035 and by 14.3% by 2060 from the level reported on Jan 1, 2010, Eurostat estimates. At that time, the entire European Union (27 countries) will post a rise of 4.7% and 3.2%, respectively. In the case of Poland, the share of people aged 65+ is projected at 34.5% in 2060 compared to 13.5% in 2010 and to 5.8% in 1960. Between 2010 and 2060, the population is projected to rise in fourteen Member States and fall in thirteen, Eurostat also reported. ISB

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