Japan’s population is growing at an annual rate of 1.9% but population growth is slow in 2020

The world’s population has reached 7.4 billion, and Japan is on track to have a net population of 1 billion in 2028, according to new estimates from the country’s government.

That is a rate of population growth of 0.9%, according to the World Bank.

The country’s population growth rate has been steady at 1.6% for decades, but now it is set to slow to 0.6%.

Japan has the world’s second-lowest population growth in the world, behind only the United States, which is projected to have 7.5 billion in 2030.

But Japan’s growth rate is slower than the United Kingdom, which had an average population growth pace of 2.3%.

Japan’s average growth rate in 2020 was 1.5%.

This means that Japan is actually projected to lose population in 2020.

The slow growth rate of Japan’s populations means it is unlikely to have an increased share of the world population over the next decade.

In 2020, the U.S. has the largest number of people on the planet, at 10.2 billion, while China and India each have about 3.6 billion people.

The world’s populations are rising worldwide, as countries around the world have a population of 10 billion or more.

The U.K. has a population now of around 5.3 billion, according the International Monetary Fund, while Japan’s is 4.3.

The population of countries in the European Union, such as Poland and Germany, has been growing at a much slower rate than in the U