[Population development in the Czech Republic in 1997].
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Jan 01, 1998
"In 1997 demographic processes [in the Czech Republic] ran in accordance with recent years' tendencies, i.e. the trend of postponing marriages as well as [fertility] continued.... [Divorce] remained on the level of previous years. [The decline in] the number of children born has temporarily stopped but the...total fertility rate has still declined to 1.17 children per female. Furthermore, the number of abortions has declined.... Mortality remained on the previous year's level.... [The] number of the Republic's inhabitants has diminished...." (EXCERPT)
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