China is once again rising its fertility rate.
But the country has not seen a significant rise in its overall fertility rate since 2011.
The country’s new president, Xi Jinping, is committed to boosting the country’s population and has promised to boost birth rates, but he has not yet taken action to reduce poverty, and the country continues to have one of the highest infant mortality rates in the world.
China is the world’s third-largest economy and the world leader in terms of the number of births.
However, the country is not the world leading in terms to life expectancy.
China’s birth rate in 2016 was one of its lowest since 2012.
The United States is the second-largest country in terms as it has the most births in the industrialized world.
The birth rate is expected to grow slightly this year, but the overall rate remains low.
Here are the top 10 countries in terms birth rates in 2016.
China: 7.8 million 2.
United States: 7 million 3.
Russia: 7,769 4.
Canada: 6,039 5.
Brazil: 5,076 6.
United Kingdom: 4,527 7.
Italy: 4.527 8.
United Arab Emirates: 4-5,6 million 9.
India: 3,818 10.
Japan: 3.7 million