Runaway population growth often fuels youth-driven uprisings

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Runaway population growth often fuels youth-driven uprisings
Los Angeles Times
In many developing countries, runaway population growth has created vast ranks of restless young men like Wahid, with few prospects and little to lose. Their frustrated ambitions can be an explosive force, as shown by the youth-driven uprisings that toppled 
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Amid Philippine population growth, fishermen struggle
Los Angeles Times
With support from the U.S. Agency for International Development and other donors, she and her team promote family planning in more than 180 isolated villages, aiming to address concerns aboutpopulation growth, health and the environment in a single 
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China’s population and economy are a double whammy for the world
Los Angeles Times
The compounding forces of economic and population growth are a source of increasing concern to scientists. An international team of 1300 researchers organized by the United Nations concluded that evidence points to “abrupt and potentially irreversible 
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Beyond 7 Billion | The Biggest Generation
Los Angeles Times
The relentless growth in population might seem paradoxical given that the world’s average birthrate has been slowly falling for decades. Humanity’s numbers continue to climb because of what scientists call population momentum. So many people are now in 
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China’s demographic perfect storm: the ultimate growth killer
Business Insider
Population ageing is somewhat associated with lower inflation (if not downright deflation) and lower economic growth. All these seem to be totally opposite to some of the now-conventional wisdom that China’s growth potential will remain at 7-8% at least for 
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Busting the myths about population increase
Oxford Student
As with many other social problems, it’s much easier to blame the spectre of population growththan think long and hard about the mistakes made by the nation and successive governments in the domestic sphere, and actually put effort into changing them.
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Data underlines Australia’s two-speed economy: Western Australia and the rest
SmartCompany.com.au
Australia’s booming mining state has again been ranked as the top-performing economy by CommSec, which assesses eight criteria – economic growth; retail spending; equipment investment; unemployment; construction work done; population growth
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Dubai’s Diversification Model Has Right Mix to Re-Accelerate Growth
MENAFN.COM
(MENAFN Press) According to a new medium-term outlook BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research Report ‘GCC 2020: Time to Shift Gears’, Dubai’s superior infrastructure investment and robustpopulation growth have established solid foundations for its 
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Raleigh ranked No. 5 in population growth in US, Census shows
NBC17.com
The site said Raleigh had a population of 403903 in April 2010, according to Census data. That rose 3.1 percent to 416468 by July of 2011, according to the Census information. Raleigh grew despite challenging economic conditions, especially in 2009.
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A Look at the BRICS Part I: Brazil’s Woes
ValueWalk
The combined population for the BRICs is over 2.8 billion, while the average GDPgrowth rate over the last two decades is 4.8% with China holding the lion’s share of 10.1%, while Brazil has the least at 0.3%. However, the projected growth rate for 2011-2014 
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