How do you know when the world population is growing?

The United Nations Population Division (UNPD) reports that global population has reached 9.3 billion and that China, the world’s largest economy, is growing faster than any other nation.

The world’s population grew by a record 2.3 percent last year, UNPD data shows.

But the world has been steadily expanding since the 1970s and that trend will likely continue in coming decades.

China’s population rose by 1.6 percent last month, UN PD data shows, while the United States and India’s combined population grew an estimated 0.7 percent.

China, the biggest economy in the world, has more than doubled the number of people in the country in the past 20 years.

China’s population in 2030 is expected to exceed 6.2 billion, the highest in the developed world.

More:China has overtaken the United Kingdom and Russia as the world leader in population growth in 2030.

The United States is in second place, with 1.4 billion.

India’s population is projected to hit 7.3 million by 2030, with India’s population projected to grow by 1 percent over the same period.

The United Nations says China’s growth is “highly unusual” and “highly unprecedented.”

China has a high level of education and technology, but it has not adopted the same policies as other countries, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said.

China has one of the highest rates of infant mortality in the developing world, according to the UN.

But there are concerns that infant mortality may be going up in China due to a lack of adequate medical care.

China is expanding fast in many countries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia.

The country has overtaxed health care resources in some countries, including Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia.

In Africa, UNDP data shows that the number for African women has risen steadily since 1990, while for men, it has decreased.

The UNDP’s data shows African men have a median age of 27, while women are 25 and African women are 28.

More on health care:The UN says that countries in Asia and South America, and the Middle-East and North Africa, are particularly vulnerable to the impact of climate change and other issues.