Life Expectancy Rate, Infant Mortality Rate and Total Fertility Rate

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Years Covered: From 1993 to 2014
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Last Updated: 17th March 2015

Life expectancy is one of the key early economic indicators. Poor and violent countries have low average lifespans but high mortality and fertility rates. As economies improve, more money is spent on health care and services, and social safety nets are put in place. This increases life expectancy, reduces infant mortality, and removes the economic imperative of larger families, since the state and economy start to provide financial opportunities, health and welfare services.

Life Expectancy Rate, Infant Mortality Rate and Total Fertility Rate - Economic Statistics By Country
Economic Indicator Listing in Year 2015
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