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Premier recensement en Birmanie depuis plus de 30 ans : une révision drastique des chiffres de population officiels

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  • Thomas Spoorenbe

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Selon les chiffres officiels, la Birmanie comptait près de 61 millions d’habitants en 2012. Ces chiffres se basaient sur des projections de population menées à partir du dernier recensement conduit en 1983. En avril 2014, la Birmanie a mené un nouveau recensement permettant de lever le voile sur les changements démographiques récents dans le pays. Confirmant le comportement reproductif distinct des femmes birmanes et l’importance des migrations internationales, ces nouvelles données révèlent une population 15 % moins nombreuse que celle officiellement estimée jusqu’alors.

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  • Thomas Spoorenbe, 2015. "Premier recensement en Birmanie depuis plus de 30 ans : une révision drastique des chiffres de population officiels," Population et Sociétés 527, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).
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