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Tuesday, July 3, 2007

Demographics bound to reduce Latino Immigration?

Birth rates across Latin America are in rapid decline and this might lead to a fall in the number of people wanting to migrate to the US.

According to the World Bank’s 2007 Annual Development Indicators, in 1990 Mexico had a total lifetime fertility rate of 3.3 children per female, but by 2005, that number had fallen by 36 percent to 2.1, which is the “break even” point for population stability in developed nations.
Mexican Immigration Will Solve Itself

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