Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Population Structure and Economic Implications of Kenya and China :: Papers

Population Structure and Economic Implications of Kenya and China In this piece of text I will be analysing and comparing the creation organize and economic implications of two countries. The two countries that I have chosen are Kenya and China. China is a mixture of an LEDC and an MEDC whilst Kenya is a LEDC. You will be able to bill sticker the difference when I give the facts and details of both countries. Population structure is such things as conclusion rate and also birth rate and population spreads. It also shows the amount of nation that are a certain age. The pyramid can also show the different trends and patterns of the age groups. Economic implications are the lick force of the country and the industries in the countries. Country Status ============== China is a mixed between and LEDC and MEDC as said earlier, this is because the countries has a mixture of areas where some state are not as fortunate as others. The population of this country is around 1.3 billion. By looking at the map below you can propose that it takes up a large space of Asia so there is no surprise that there is a lot of people living in the country. here is a map to show where China is. IMAGE IMAGE Kenya on the other hand is an LEDC suffering from hunger, disease and dehydration. Kenyas population is around 32 million which is untold lower than China because of different death rates birth rates, infant mortality which will be explained later. Here is a map to show where Kenya is situated. A complete opposite to China in population size and status of the country. Death Rate ========== In China there is a small death rate of 7 per 1000 which is very low. The death rate is low because of reasons such as there is good health facilities which obviously means that people can be treated better

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