Substantial Decrease in Natural Population Growth in Slovenia

Natural population growth in Slovenia amounted to no more than 0.3 per thousand in 1992. This is a continuation of a tendency towards a decrease in natural population growth, which is negative in the areas of Celje, Koper and Murska Sobota, said representatives of the Ministry of Health at a press conference on Tuesday.

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