Latin America in 2030: The Future Demographic
- ID: 2103295
- April 2015
- Region: America, America (exc North), Latin America
- 23 pages
- Euromonitor International
In 2030, the population of Latin America should reach 705 million, an increase of 16.8% from 2012. Despite falling birth rates and the rapid growth of the 65+ age group in 2012-2030, the region will still have an overwhelmingly young age profile in 2030 with nearly 60% of the population aged 40 years and under and a median age of just 34.3 years. Sao Paulo in Brazil will continue to be the largest city in the region in 2030 when it will account for 2.3% of the region’s urban population.
The Future Demographic reports provide in-depth data and analysis of population changes in 85 countries, 7 regions and a world overview. The reports offer long-term demographic forecasts to 2030, and include breakdowns of population by age and sex, vital statistics and major cities. The series provides insight into demographic trends which will shape consumer segmentation and markets in the future
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