Country
Year20062007200820092010201120122013
SubjectUnit
Population and migrationPopulationTotal populationPopulation levelsInhabitants, Thousands20 697.8821 01621 38421 77922 06522 32422 68422 976.37
Population growth ratesGrowth rate1.486111.5369691.7510471.8471751.3131921.173805
(B1.612614
..
Working age populationPercentage67.4219767.5009567.6019467.6201967.5322967.3490467.02522..
FertilityTotal fertility ratesChildren1.821.921.961.91.891.88....
Dependent populationYouth population (under the age of 15)Percentage19.5693719.3700319.2097319.074318.9440318.87291
(B18.81943
18.69132
Elderly population (age 65 and over)Percentage13.0093513.1322313.1868113.3024113.5282113.77951
(B14.15535
14.71892
Population by regionShare of national population in the ten per cent of regions with the largest populationPercentage............64.47..
Distribution of the national population into urban regionsPercentage............57.72..
Distribution of the national population into intermediate regionsPercentage............20.69..
Distribution of the national population into rural regionsPercentage............21.6..
Distribution of the national area into urban regionsPercentage............0.39..
Distribution of the national area into intermediate regionsPercentage............4.18..
Distribution of the national area into rural regionsPercentage............95.43..
Elderly population by regionElderly populationPercentage............13.78..
Regional elderly population: MaximumAverage growth rate............6.13..
Regional elderly population: Country averageAverage growth rate............2.25..
Regional elderly population: MinimumAverage growth rate............-1.66..
Elderly dependency rate in urban regionsPercentage............18.69..
Elderly dependency ratePercentage............20.46..
Elderly dependency rate in rural regionsPercentage............24.51..
International migrationImmigrant and foreign populationForeign-born populationPercentage..........26.7....
Trends in migrationTotalPersons, Thousands..........219.478....
Permanent inflows by category of entry: accompanying family of workersPersons, Thousands..........57.54485....
Permanent inflows by category of entry: humanitarianPersons, Thousands..........13.976....
Permanent inflows by category of entry: familyPersons, Thousands..........54.708....
Permanent inflows by category of entry: free movementsPersons, Thousands..........34.567....
Permanent inflows by category of entry: workPersons, Thousands..........56.18015....
Permanent inflows by category of entry: OtherPersons, Thousands..........2.502....
Migration and employmentEmployment rates of native-born population by educational attainment: TotalPercentage..77.166........77.134..
Employment rates of foreign-born population by educational attainment: TotalPercentage..71.079........72.864..
Migration and unemploymentUnemployment rates of native-born populations: MenPercentage..4.0554.035.6355.2645.2095.44..
Unemployment rates of foreign-born populations: MenPercentage..4.3344.1756.4955.094.6124.903..
Unemployment rates of native-born populations: WomenPercentage..4.6084.4245.0215.2225.1945.226..
Unemployment rates of foreign-born populations: WomenPercentage..5.5295.2396.8496.1125.9955.996..
Unemployment rates of native-born populations: TotalPercentage..4.314.2125.355.2455.2025.34..
Unemployment rates of foreign-born populations: TotalPercentage..4.864.6496.6535.5495.2325.392..
Production and productivityProduction and InvestmentSize of GDPGDP per capitaUS Dollar37 039.1454738 862.4234439 164.6332840 613.1983541 644.9636743 208.0866244 407.02274..
Evolution of GDPReal GDP growthGrowth rate3.7879906033.7689271331.6481594492.0875759952.4332015123.3643709473.680949887..
Investment ratesGross fixed capital formationGrowth rate5.0704394789.6155680932.1031528431.9490114293.80343440710.06425428.923443984..
ProductivityLabour productivity levelsGDP per hour workedUS Dollar............53..
Levels of GDP per capita and labour productivity - Percentage gap with respect to US GDP per capitaPercentage points............-13..
Levels of GDP per capita and labour productivity - Effect of labour utilisationPercentage points............-17..
Levels of GDP per capita and labour productivity - Percentage gap with respect to US GDP per hour workedPercentage points............5..
Labour productivity growthGDP per Hour WorkedGrowth rate..1.3........1.1..
Labour UtilisationGrowth rate..-0.6........0.3..
GDP per capitaGrowth rate..0.8........1.5..
Unit labour costsUnit labour costs, total economyGrowth rate4.474.662.260.986.312.2....
Labour compensationLabour compensation per unit labour input, total economyGrowth rate5.445.513.163.135.914.35....
Economic structureValue added by activityValue added in agriculture, hunting and forestry, fishingPercentage............2.363409526..
Value added in industry, including energyPercentage............20.5452145..
Value added in manufacturingPercentage10.0987769.98553879.06219058.62080837.96688827.53186037.1267815..
Value added in constructionPercentage............7.733712118..
Value added in wholesale and retail trade, repairs, hotels and restaurants, transportPercentage............19.98262936..
Value added in financial intermediation, real estate, renting and business activitiesPercentage............30.6730543..
Value added in other services activitiesPercentage............18.70190758..
Real value added by activityReal value added in agriculture, hunting and forestry, fishingGrowth rate............6.263216818..
Real value added in industry, including energyGrowth rate............2.708202708..
Real value added in constructionGrowth rate............4.268516906..
Real value added in distributive trade, repairs, transport, accommodation and food service activities, information and communicationGrowth rate............3.205336928..
Real value added in financial and insurance activities, real estate activities, professional, scientific, technical, administrative and support service activitiesGrowth rate............2.719412327..
Real value added in other services activitiesGrowth rate............4.318286928..
Small and medium-sized enterprisesNumber of employees in manufacturing in enterprises with less than 10 persons engagedEmployed........23.65728......
Number of employees in manufacturing in enterprises with 10-19 persons engagedEmployed........0......
Number of employees in manufacturing in enterprises with 20-49 persons engagedEmployed........29.64268......
Number of employees in manufacturing in enterprises with 50-249 persons engagedEmployed........0......
Number of employees in manufacturing in enterprises with 250 or more persons engagedEmployed........46.70131......
Number of enterprises in manufacturing with less than 10 persons engagedEnterprises........90.28137......
Number of enterprises in manufacturing with 10-19 persons engagedEnterprises........0......
Number of enterprises in manufacturing with 20-49 persons engagedEnterprises........8.928195......
Number of enterprises in manufacturing with 50-249 persons engagedEnterprises........0.7904339......
Number of enterprises in manufacturing with 250 or more persons engagedEnterprises........0......
Household income and wealthIncome and SavingsNational income per capitaGross national income per capitaUS Dollar35 387.8110137 276.0204437 797.321639 035.099540 049.2362141 974.098243 371.64134..
Household disposable incomeReal household disposable incomeGrowth rate6.1401302715.5909043587.1375442151.2913677654.325341078..1.135587587..
Household savingsHousehold net saving ratesPercentage2.505401354.64231026710.676983359.81131790911.0478293211.7474000910.45161456..
Income inequality and povertyIncome inequalityIncome inequality: Gini coefficient, level, late 2000s0-1 scale........0.334......
Income inequality: Gini coefficient, rank, late 2000s0-1 scale........8.9......
Income inequality: interdecile ratio P90/P10, level, late 2000sInterdecile ratio P90/P10........5.7......
Income inequality: interdecile ratio P90/P10, rank, late 2000sNumber........4.5......
Income inequality: interdecile ratio P90/P50, level, late 2000sInterdecile ratio P90/P50........2......
Income inequality: interdecile ratio P90/P50, rank, late 2000sNumber........2.2......
PovertyPoverty rate 50%Ratio........0.14......
Poverty gapAverage score........0.25......
Poverty rate 50% of children (age 0-17)Ratio........0.15......
Poverty rate 50% of working-age population (age 18-65)Ratio........0.1......
Poverty rate 50% of retirement-age population (over 65)Ratio........0.36......
Household wealthHousehold Financial AssetsCurrency and deposits (AF2)Percentage..16.47617........22.54164..
Securities other than shares (AF33)Percentage..0.636784........0.1728226..
Shares and other equity (AF51)Percentage..24.42982........14.80662..
Mutual funds shares (AF52)Percentage..2.803298........1.323342..
Life insurance reserves (AF611)Percentage..2.325289........1.650388..
Pension funds (AF612)Percentage..49.42464........56.1964..
Household DebtHouseholds debtPercentage176.2496180.7483176.267182.7739183.5283......
Non-Financial Assets by HouseholdsNon-financial assets of households: dwellingsUS Dollar......44 644.5546444 111.9464944 514.41459....
Non-financial assets of households: landsUS Dollar......95 586.341289 378.5009782 050.73676....
Non-financial assets of households: otherUS Dollar......17 011.9250316 638.1972716 718.34643....
GlobalisationTradeShare of international trade in GDPInternational imports in goods and servicesPercentage..21.9655736622.1445866320.0336605219.6606851821.0975633821.98877605..
International exports in goods and servicesPercentage..19.8935439822.6341054319.58779421.1784700821.4448961419.93118294..
International trade in goodsImports of goodsUS Dollar, Billions........193.2801191..250.4647944..
Trade balance of goodsUS Dollar, Billions........18.55021142..5.77811859..
Exports of goodsUS Dollar, Billions........211.8303305..256.242913..
International trade in servicesTrade balance of servicesUS Dollar, Billions......-2.373311..-10.14454-11.60299..
Imports of servicesUS Dollar, Billions......42.23527..61.8061464.51831..
Exports of servicesUS Dollar, Billions......39.86117..51.6605852.91532..
Trading partnersPartner countries and regions of OECD merchandise importsPercentage........1.029900051..1.086966874..
Partner countries and regions of OECD merchandise exportsPercentage........1.045727921..1.167402161..
Partner countries and regions of OECD merchandise tradePercentage........1.037553188..1.125574177..
Trade in value addedForeign value added as a share of gross exportsPercentage....13.9312.51........
Agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishingPercentage......27.56........
Food products, beverages and tobaccoPercentage......21.37........
Textiles, textile products, leather and footwearPercentage......19.96........
Wood paper,paper products, printing and publishingPercentage......14.21........
Chemicals and non-metallic mineral productsPercentage......21.78........
Basic metals and fabricated metal productsPercentage......34.54........
Machinery and equipmentPercentage......25.17........
Transport equipmentPercentage......19.12........
Transport and storage, post and telecommunicationPercentage......18.18........
Business servicesPercentage......13.57........
FDI and balance of paymentsForeign direct investmentOutward FDI stocksUS Dollar, Millions........413 524.748378 670.526424 488.607..
Inward FDI stocksUS Dollar, Millions........508 793.577546 023.766604 256.581..
Outflows of foreign direct investmentUS Dollar, Millions..16 972.05533 920.66815 469.50624 956.88913 814.33713 429.607..
Inflows of foreign direct investmentUS Dollar, Millions..45 529.61846 800.83527 472.31336 685.01266 076.32856 422.36..
Communications0-1 scale............0.4..
Business services0-1 scale............0.078..
Financial services0-1 scale............0.133..
Media0-1 scale............0.2..
Total FDI Index0-1 scale............0.128..
Manufacturing0-1 scale............0.075..
Electricity0-1 scale............0.075..
Distribution0-1 scale............0.075..
Primary sector0-1 scale............0.078..
Transport0-1 scale............0.267..
Balance of paymentsCurrent account balancePercentage-5.802939-6.690603-4.907378-4.612742-3.538235-2.777462-4.118737..
PricesPrices and interest ratesInflation (CPI)CPI: energyGrowth rate........8.5486..7.324251..
CPI: foodGrowth rate........1.139162..-3.539689..
CPI: all itemsGrowth rate........2.91834..1.76278..
CPI: all items non food non energyGrowth rate........2.738033..2.14108..
Producer price indicesPPI: domestic manufacturingGrowth rate7.9213822.3178818.306365-5.4282871.8957353.385013-0.4748813..
Long-term interest ratesLong-term interest ratesPercentage5.5878725.9945215.8179445.0395125.3660424.8795833.379167..
Purchasing power parities and exchange ratesRates of conversionPurchasing power paritiesNational currency per US dollar1.40682881.42687311.47907271.44241461.5061321.51105171.48108641.4728497
Exchange ratesNational currency per US dollar1.327971.195071.192181.282191.090160.9694630.9658011.03584
Indices of price levelsOECD=100106115117111135148151..
Real effective exchange ratesReal effective exchange ratesRatio87.6358392.5097990.6657188.1582100107.0832108.3109103.8843
Energy and transportationEnergy requirementEnergy supplyTotal primary energy supplyTonnes of oil equivalent (toe), Millions115.019694118.654986122.51859122.107911122.512094122.887653133.68062..
Energy intensityTotal primary energy supply per unit of GDPTonnes of oil equivalent (toe)0.150.150.160.150.150.140.16..
Electricity generationElectricity generationTerawatt hours232.7243243.1248.7252.1252.6252.3..
Nuclear energyNuclear electricity generation, Terawatt hoursTerawatt hours........
(Z0
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Nuclear electricity generation, As a percentage of total electricity generationPercentage........
(Z0
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Nuclear power plants connected to the gridNumber............
(Z0
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Nuclear power plants under constructionNumber............
(Z0
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Renewable energyContribution of renewables to energy supplyPercentage5.85.85.84.64.85.14.6..
Oil productionProduction of crude oilTonnes, Millions2224.622.623.322.721.921.8..
Oil pricesCrude oil import pricesUS Dollar66.7177.13107.8363.482.6115.66117.78..
TransportGoods transportInland goods transportTonnes-kilometres, Billions362 383387 229394 239428 002453 933464 601....
Passenger transportInland passenger transportPassenger-kilometres, Billions293.284296.539297.352297.457300.29303.31....
Road fatalitiesRoad fatalitiesPer 1 000 000 inhabitants777667686257....
LabourEmployment and hours workedEmployment ratesEmployment rates: menRatio........78.5941502278.6975500478.13919586..
Employment rates: totalRatio........66.1847958866.7003159566.55348268..
Employment rates: womenRatio........72.3960998672.6993261872.34486932..
Employment rates by age groupEmployment rates for age group 15-24Percentage............59.72036435..
Employment rates for age group 25-54Percentage............79.47313619..
Employment rates for age group 55-64Percentage............61.3673586..
Part-time employmentIncidence of part-time employmentPercentage23.9346623.7507923.7950124.6680824.9014824.7323924.62506..
Self-employmentSelf-employment rates: womenPercentage........8.8860488.6144068.3477..
Self-employment rates: menPercentage........13.920213.3457412.32831..
Self-employment rates: totalPercentage........11.6358411.1912910.51048..
Employment by regionDifferences in annual employment growth across regions: maximumPercentage............2.87..
Differences in annual employment growth across regions: minimumPercentage............1.3..
Differences in annual employment growth across regions: country averagePercentage............2.87..
Share of national employment growth due to the 10% of most dynamic regionsPercentage..23.29........20.53..
Regional difference in the employment rate: maximumPercentage..........74.8....
Regional difference in the employment rate: minimumPercentage..........66.63....
Regional difference in the employment rate: country averagePercentage..........69.07....
Hours workedAverage hours actually workedHours1 7201 7191 7081 6901 6921 6991 685..
UnemploymentUnemployment ratesUnemployment rates: menPercentage....3.975578....4.9047465.158335..
Unemployment rates: womenPercentage....4.579452....5.3143585.325195..
Unemployment rates: totalPercentage....4.2....5.15.2..
Long-term unemploymentLong-term unemploymentPercentage18.12751515.37488114.86582814.68639418.48872818.9056420.275922..
Unemployment by regionGini index of regional unemployment ratesInformation on item0-1 scale....0.12......0.13..
Regional variation of the long-term unemployment rate: maximumRatio..........18.4....
Regional variation of the long-term unemployment rate: minimumRatio..........10.53....
Regional variation of the long-term unemployment rate: maximum-minimumRatio............7.87..
Science and technologyResearch and DevelopmentExpenditure on R&DGross domestic expenditure on R&DUS Dollar, Millions, 200514 952.284..17 700.923..
(C18 016.597
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ResearchersResearchersRatio8.3941404..8.5005255..........
PatentsTriadic patent familiesNumber250.8925245.0022235.4947224.1498219.3275212.2271....
Information and communicationsExports of ICT goodsExports of ICT goodsUS Dollar, Millions1 7881 9172 0711 6431 9892 2752 241..
Computer, internet and telecommunicationPercentage of households with access to home computersPercentage73......82.57......
Percentage of households with access to the internetPercentage........78.92......
Fixed (wired) broadband subscriptions per 100 inhabitantsPer 100 inhabitants....22.92724.0114505924.1199936725.2007802825.64012442..
EnvironmentNatural resourcesWater consumptionWater abstractions per capitaCubic metres..........630....
Total abstractionsCubic metres, Millions..........14 060....
FisheriesFish landings in domestic and foreign portsTonnes, Thousands......172.449173.3569254164.1803036157.504162..
AquacultureTonnes, Thousands......70.121771.9773973.134481.77137923..
Municipal wasteTotal amount generated municipal wasteTonnes, Thousands......14 035........
Generation intensities of municipal wasteKilograms......640........
Air and climateEmissions of Carbon DioxideCO2 emissions from fuel combustionTonnes, Millions385395397405396397....
Sulphur and nitrogen emissionsSulphur oxides emissionsTonnes, Thousands2 473.5822 436.4272 615.2632 591.2722 373.1572 350.332....
Nitrogen oxides emissionsTonnes, Thousands1 632.0781 677.3711 700.8151 700.9041 804.4981 741.891....
Greenhouse gas emissionsInformation on itemTonnes of CO2 equivalent, Thousands534 201.228542 530.732550 338.837549 122.964548 744.425552 286.443....
EducationOutcomesInternational student assessmentMean scores on the science scale in PISA 2012: womenAverage score............519.1244735..
Standard error on the science scale in PISA 2012: womenStandard-error............2.09737174..
Mean scores on the science scale in PISA 2012: menAverage score............523.7282082..
Standard error on the science scale in PISA 2012: menStandard-error............2.508215442..
Mean scores on the mathematics scale in PISA 2012: womenAverage score............497.8213504..
Standard error on the mathematics scale in PISA 2012: womenStandard-error............2.040775158..
Mean scores on the mathematics scale in PISA 2012: menAverage score............510.1148515..
Standard error on the mathematics scale in PISA 2012: menStandard-error............2.405359855..
Mean scores on the reading scale in PISA 2012: womenAverage score............529.5422806..
Standard error on the reading scale in PISA 2012: womenStandard-error............1.967403488..
Standard error on the reading scale in PISA 2012: menAverage score............2.293139275..
Mean scores on the reading scale in PISA 2012: menStandard-error............495.0895594..
Trends in mathematicsMean score in mathematicsAverage score............504.1507663..
Annualised change in mathematics across PISA assessmentsAverage growth rate............-2.20563639..
All studentsAverage growth rate............-20.11523794..
BoysAverage growth rate............-16.77777473..
GirlsAverage growth rate............-23.72883515..
Share of students below proficiency Level 2Average growth rate............5.324547186..
Share of students at proficiency Level 5 or aboveAverage growth rate............-4.965408113..
Youth inactivityYouths who are not in education nor in employment: aged between 15 and 19Percentage..6.486.318.348.057.83....
Youths who are not in education nor in employment: aged between 20 and 24Percentage..10.7310.7111.5811.211.69....
How many students study abroad?Trends in international education market sharesPercentage..........6.11....
Educational attainmentPopulation aged 25-34 below upper secondary educational attainmentPercentage..........15.57....
Population aged 25-34 upper secondary and post-secondary non-tertiaryPercentage..........39.8....
Population aged 25-34 tertiary educationPercentage..........44.61....
Population aged 25-64 below upper secondary educational attainmentPercentage..........25.92....
Population aged 25-64 upper secondary and post-secondary non-tertiaryPercentage..........15.57....
Population aged 25-64 tertiary educationPercentage..........38.34....
ResourcesTeachersChange in teachers'salary after 15 years of experience,minimum trainingIndex, 2000=100..........112.16....
Teachers'starting salary,minimum trainingUS Dollar..........34 609.98....
Teachers'salary after 10 years of experience,minimum trainingUS Dollar..........48 522.47....
Teachers'salary after 15 years of experience, minimum trainingUS Dollar..........48 522.47....
Teachers'salary at top of scale,minimum trainingUS Dollar..........48 522.47....
Educational expenditure per studentShare of private sourcesPercentage........15.3......
Expenditure per student in pre-primary educationUS Dollar, 2010........8 898.69......
Expenditure per student in primary educationUS Dollar, 2010........9 462.73......
Expenditure per student in secondary educationUS Dollar, 2010........10 349.9......
Expenditure in primary, secondary and post-secondary non-tertiary education Index, 2005=100........132.65......
Number of students in primary, secondary and post-secondary non-tertiary educationIndex, 2005=100........101.13......
Expenditure per student in primary, secondary and post-secondary non-tertiary educationIndex, 2005=100........131.16......
Share of public sourcesPercentage........84.69......
Index on expenditure on educational institutions from public sourcesIndex, 2000=100........163.68......
Index on expenditure on educational institutions from private sourcesIndex, 2000=100........151.75......
Private expenditure in tertiary educationExpenditures on tertiary education institutions, spending per studentUS Dollar, 2010........15 142.08......
Expenditure on tertiary educational institutions, indexIndex, 2005=100........126.4......
Expenditure on tertiary educational institutions,number of studentsIndex, 2005=100........125.34......
Expenditure on tertiary educational institutions, per student, indexIndex, 2005=100........100.84......
Expenditure on tertiary educational institutions, share of public sourcesPercentage........46.47......
Expenditure on tertiary educational institutions, share of private sourcesPercentage........53.52......
GovernmentGovernment deficits and debtGovernment expenditures, revenues and deficitsGeneral government net lendingPercentage1.27699290.3747396-4.2926809-5.8742259-5.0353636-4.2346564-2.3253261..
General government revenuesPercentage34.61774334.32752132.1831131.80493531.36092232.06320630.005923..
General government expendituresPercentage33.34075133.95278236.47579137.6791636.39628636.29786232.331249..
Government debtGeneral government debtPercentage26.8174925.8161527.7803135.4790939.5184843.9203156.50657..
Adjusted general government debt-to-GDP (excluding unfunded pension liabilities)Percentage11.0844968811.1468490712.8396684117.717098521.5859998526.4433529830.65785849..
General governmentGeneral government expenditures and revenues per capitaGeneral government revenues per capitaUS Dollar..13 347..12 846..13 955....
General government expenditures per capitaUS Dollar..13 153..15 315..15 742....
General government production costsProduction costs for general government, compensation of employeesPercentage..........9.7....
Production costs for general government, costs of goods and services used and financed by general governmentPercentage..........9.6....
Production costs for general government, consumption of fixed capitalPercentage..........2....
Production costs for general government, totalPercentage..........21.4....
Government transparencyDisclosure of Conflict of InterestLevel of disclosure of private interests and public availability of informationPercentage............55..
Public expenditureSocial expenditurePublic social expenditurePercentage....17.817.817.89918.15918.76619.518
Private social expenditurePercentage....3.33.2........
Net social expenditurePercentage......19.574........
Pension expenditurePublic pension expenditurePercentage3.3353.3523.5613.49........
Private pension expenditurePercentage..3.2715.5664.6534.5074.5514.732..
Agricultural support and foreign aidGovernment support for agricultureAgricultural producer support estimate by countryPercentage4.41844964.83587654.42402613.09431282.77042132.87065162.7226591..
Government support for fishingGovernment financial transfers to fishingUS Dollar, Thousands45 771.9803657 954.314366 958.6308526 962.3374517 026.6140518 718.7576414 247.92738..
Official development assistanceNet official development assistance, millions of US dollarsUS Dollar, Millions..2 668.522 954.072 761.613 826.14 982.915 402.7..
Net official development assistance, as a percentage of gross national incomePercentage..0.3225919620.3160081020.2936230850.3227272520.3435658460.360929509..
TaxesTotal tax revenueTotal tax revenuePercentage29.57429.71327.09825.82225.62126.507....
Taxes on income and profitsPercentage17.45317.71716.02514.44414.5715.66....
Taxes on goods and servicesPercentage8.067.9527.477.5737.357.193....
Taxes on the average workerTaxes on the average workerPercentage28.28227.69726.93226.74926.82926.6527.208..
HealthHealth statusLife expectancyLife expectancy at birth: womenYears..........84.2....
Life expectancy at birth: menYears..........79.7....
Life expectancy at birth: totalYears..........82....
Infant mortalityNeonatal infant mortality rates Deaths per 1 000 live births..........2.7....
Post-neonatal infant mortality rates Deaths per 1 000 live births..........1.1....
Infant mortalityDeaths per 1 000 live births4.74.24.14.34.13.8....
SuicidesSuicide ratesPer 100 000 inhabitants8.310.610.910.710.910.1....
Risk factorsSmokingAdult population smoking dailyPercentage..16.6....15.1......
Adult population smoking daily: malesPercentage..18....16.4......
Adult population smoking daily: femalesPercentage..15.2....13.9......
Alcohol consumptionAlcohol consumption among population aged 15 and overLitres10.610.610.410.310......
Overweight and obesityObesity rate among the adult populationInformation on itemPercentage..........28.3....
Obesity rate among the adult population: womenInformation on itemPercentage..........28.3....
Obesity rate among the adult population: menInformation on itemPercentage..........28.3....
ResourcesDoctorsPractising physiciansPer 1 000 inhabitants2.812.9833.1..3.31....
General practitioners as a percentage of total physiciansPercentage50.7950.3349.849.38..47.31....
Specialists as a percentage of total physiciansPercentage46.7547.6247.8450.01..49.47....
Other physicians as a percentage of total physiciansPercentage2.462.052.360.61..3.22....
Medical graduatesPer 100 000 inhabitants9.110.0711.1710.8412.06......
NursesPractising nursesPer 1 000 inhabitants..10.1110.2410.14..10.09....
Nursing graduatesPer 100 000 inhabitants....61.2463.2867.46......
Health expenditurePublic expenditure on healthPercentage..........6.0693....
Private expenditure on healthPercentage..........2.8787....
Total expenditure on healthPercentage..........8.9481....
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