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Clarke There can be few literate people today who are unaware of the rapid and accelerating growth of the world's population. 9 per cent annual growth rate by 1975 the world population had risen to 4000 million. About 71 per cent of this enormous total live in the lessdeveloped countries (LDCs) which account also for 86 per cent of present population growth. Thus, by the year 2000 they will contain more than three-quarters of the world's inhabitants. Most LDCs have had inadequate censuses or sample enumerations and have no reliable system of vital registration, owing to illiteracy, insufficient infrastructures, suspicion of enumerations and high costs.
In LDCs the nearuniversality of marriage and early marriage have been important factors in high fertility and in some countries upward trends followed improved health conditions for mothers and young children and a reduction in infertility. Indeed, until a few years ago fertility was a useful distinguishing criterion between developed and less-developed countries, but now some LDCs, mainly the small ones, have undergone considerable fertility decline. Such countries include Puerto Rico, Trinidad, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea, Mauritius, Cyprus, Sri Lanka and Costa Rica.
Ndover D ~ C1 unknown unde,30 ~ 30-39 m o % 01 population under 15 y ..... 38 John I. Clarke dependency ratios, high costs in the provIsIOn of educational facilities, and enormous reproductive potential. Most LDCs still have relatively high infant and child mortality by the standards of developed countries so that there is scope for further mortality decline and even higher proportions of young people. Increasing juvenility is caused by lower mortality rather than by higher fertility although some LDCs have experienced higher birth rates following reductions in infant and maternal mortality.