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The number of permanent residents of Chukotka since the beginning of the year increased by 0,8%

The resident population of the Chukotka Autonomous Region has reached 50 875 inhabitants, having increased from the beginning of the 2014 year by 420 people, or by 0,8%. It is reported by the press service of the district administration, with reference to the territorial body of the federal state statistics service.

“The greatest growth in indicators was noted in terms of migration growth, which for 7 months of this year amounted to 328 people, which is more than last year by 405 residents. The number of citizens who arrived in the region increased by 24,9% and reached 562 people. Along with this, the number of those who left the district also increased by 157 people, or 6,7%, ”the report says.

According to experts, the natural increase in population in January-July amounted to 92 people. In general, the number of births in Chukotka exceeds the number of deaths by 29,3%, in 2013 this indicator was lower by 10,6%.

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