2030 Demographic Reports: Morocco, Kuwait, Singapore, UAE & Australia at MarketReportsOnline.com

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Market Reports Online now offers 2030 future demographic research data for Australia, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Singapore, Kuwait and Morocco.

In 2030, the population of Morocco will reach 37.5 million, an increase of 15.0% from 2012. The median age is increasing and although the birth and fertility rates are both decreasing, the working age population (15-64) will increase between 2012 and 2030. Net migration has been negative since 1984. The largest city in 2012 was Casablanca and this will remain so in 2030 when 16.2% of the urban population will reside there. Kuwait will see its population reach 5.9 million in 2030, an increase of 50.0% from 2012. Due to Kuwait’s reliance on foreign workers, foreign citizens dominate the population and are forecast to comprise 74.9% of the population in 2030, up from 69.1% in 2012. Kuwait is extremely urbanised with urban residents accounting for 98.4% of total population in 2012, increasing to 98.7% in 2030.

In 2030, the population of Singapore will reach 6.9 million, an increase of 30.8% from 2012. A reliance on foreign labour means that net migration will account for over three quarters of this growth. The number of live births will increase as a result of rising fertility while the number of deaths will rise due to increases in older population groups. Singapore is a city state and had the fourth highest population density in the world in 2012 at 7,589 persons per square kilometre. Due to the UAE’s reliance on foreign workers, foreign citizens dominate the population and are forecast to comprise 88.2% of the population in 2030. The biggest city in 2012 was Dubai and will remain so in 2030. All of the UAE’s main cities will increase in size between 2012 and 2030, but Dubai will be the fastest growing city. Australia’s population will continue to grow at a rapid pace over the next 20 years, increasing by 37.8% to reach 30.4 million by 2030. Growth will be driven by high rates of positive net migration as well as substantial natural population growth. Between 2010 and 2030 the foreign-born population will increase nearly twice as fast as the Australian-born population accounting for 34.4% of the total population in 2030. Life expectancy is one of the highest in the world and is set to rise further.

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