Fewer births in developing nations.

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The number of births in the developing world is tailing, according to a UN study. The UN Population Division's World Fertility Report has found that the average number of births has fallen from 5.9 in the 1970s to 3.9 in the 1990s. Improved contraception is said to be the cause.

Since 2001, the median use of modern contraceptives in developing countries is 30%, up from 18% in the 1970s. Use...

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