China’s online population rises to 538 million, driven by rapid growth

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China’s online population rises to 538 million, driven by rapid growth of mobile 
Washington Post
BEIJING — China’s population of Internet users, already the world’s biggest, has risen to 538 million, driven by rapid growth in wireless Web surfing, an industry group said Thursday. The latest figure represents an 11 percent increase from a year earlier, 
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PRB 2012 World Population Data Sheet: Poor Countries Grow as Rich Countries 
MarketWatch (press release)
WASHINGTON, July 18, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Nearly all future population growthwill be in the world’s less developed countries, and the poorest of these countries will see the greatest percentage increase. In contrast, developed countries as a 
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BMO: Hot Halifax economy could be sunk by stalled population growth
TheChronicleHerald.ca
A new report examining Halifax’s economy paints a portrait of a city with surging employment, a flourishing private sector and a red-hot housing market. But reconciling a massive job boom with sputtering population growth threatens to take the wind out of 
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Homeopaths in the US Industry Market Research Report Now Available from 
San Francisco Chronicle
The aging population and struggling US economy have fostered mounting interest in homeopathic healing methods. This trend has spurred growth in the Homeopaths industry, with double-digit salesgrowth in recent years. Although significant concerns 
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Census 2011: Leader believes Peterborough population growth larger than 
Peterborough Telegraph
Huge levels of migration have been highlighted as the main reason why Peterborough local authority area saw the ninth largest population rise between 2001 and 2011 in England and Wales. The number of people living in the area rose to 183600 as of 
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Dubai’s Population To Grow 4%
Gulf Business News
“This is an ambitious but realistic goal which would see the population increase on average by four per cent, which will, in turn, drive further economic growth,” it said. Stephen Pettyfer, head of MENA Research at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research said: 
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Gulf Business News
Jordan- ‘Family planning most effective solution to rapid population growth
MENAFN.COM
He added that promoting the use of modern family planning through “up-to-date”, easily accessible and easily understood health communication materials is one of the most effective means of achieving lower fertility rates and slower population growth.
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MENAFN.COM
Apple Valley Population Growth in Metro-Area Top 10 for 2010-11
Patch.com
From 2010 to 2011, Rosemount added 255 people to its population, according to Met Council statistics. In a statement, Met Council Chair Susan Haigh said she’s “pleased to see growthoccurring primarily where there’s infrastructure to support it. “Growth that 
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Baby boom to boost populations of some of poorest countries
Washington Times
The world now averages about 267 births per minute, with nearly all the growthattributed to the world’s poorest countries in the developing world, according to thePopulation Reference Bureau’s (PRB) 2012 World Population Data Sheet. The world’s 
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Washington Times
Dubai set to beat projections
Khaleej Times
The global bank, in its latest report, observed Dubai’s superior infrastructure investment and robust population growth have established solid foundations for its economic trajectory. Stephen Pettyfer, head of Mena Research at BofA Merrill Lynch Global 
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Khaleej Times


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