Slovenia Facing Low Birth-Rate Problem, Statistic Office Says
Ljubljana, 20 October - It was only thanks to immigration that the number of inhabitants in Slovenia increased by 0.2 percent in 2001 compared to the year before. The natural increase was negative, as 970 more persons died than were born. Another trend is the declining birth rate, combined with the growing age of first-time mothers, the National Statistical Office suggests.
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