How to find out how much Brazil has left behind: The country has a population of nearly 40 million
Brazil’s population is growing, but it has only been growing for less than two decades.
So what’s the problem?
Brazil’s population has only grown for less then a decadeThe country has been under-reporting its population, because it’s hard to accurately count people in the countryThe country’s population in the past few years is expected to reach more than 100 million by 2041According to the Brazilian Statistical Institute, Brazil’s overall population grew by only 2.5 percent in 2016, while its population in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo grew by about 30 percent each.
The most populous city in Brazil is Brasilia, where the population is currently estimated to be around 160 million people.
In Rio de, the city has the second highest population of any city in the world, behind London, which has a total population of more than 300 million.
Sao Paulo has the third highest population, behind Tokyo and New York City.
The country was ranked as the third most populous in the Americas in 2016.
In Brazil, the most popular languages spoken are Portuguese and Spanish, and the country’s main language is Brazilian.
Brazil has been named the most livable country in the World, by Forbes magazine.
Its citizens have lower household incomes than the US average, and its population is expected by 2031 to reach almost 200 million.