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139g -- Population projection 2021: Vital statistics by sex and area, 2021-2040

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Area

These statistics apply the regional division of 1 January 2021 to the whole time series.

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Natural increase (projection 2021)

Natural increase, or excess of births is the difference between the number of live births and deaths. If the number of live births is lower than that of deaths, natural population increase is negative.

Municipal in-migration (projection 2021)

Intermunicipal in-migration and immigration to municipality

Municipal out-migration (projection 2021)

Intermunicipal out-migration and emigration from municipality

Total net migration (projection 2021)

Total net migration is the sum of net migration and intermunicipal net migration.

Population increase (projection 2021)

Population increase is the sum of natural increase, intermunicipal net migration and net migration. Population increase can also be negative.

Population 31 Dec (projection 2021)

Population at the end of the statistical reference period.