Unbelievable and unexpected demographic collapse in Greece!

According to the provisional results of the 2011 Population and Housing Census, Greece’s population is only 10,787,690 residents of whom 5,303,690 men (49.2%) and 5,484,000 women (50.8%) Therefore Greece’s resident population decreased by 1.46% in comparison to the population which had been enumerated in the previous census 2001 (when total number of enumerated residents was about 10,934,097). Main reasons for that dempographic colapse are the unprecented and unexpected fiscal, economic and financial crisis as well as the impacts of the austerity measures which lead to a serious wave of external immigration (negative immigration rate). Greek government must contribute as soon as possible in order to prevent the negative influences of the financial crisis to the demographic situation of the country which is the worst by far in its modern history!


About Christos Ghikas

Financial Analyst/Investment Consultant. Strongly interested in Capital/Financial Markets, RES/Energy Project Portfolio Management, Investment and Population Analysis (Economics/Demographics). Ι state that it is better to fight for something than live for nothing. Therefore, life to me is a perpetual fight... Personal Web Profile: http://about.me/ghikaschristos, Personal E-mail: c.ghikas@gmail.com

Posted on September 7, 2011, in Financial - Macroeconomic - Demographic News and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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