Top Countries According to Population Size

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Top Countries According to Population Size


                Top Countries According to Population Size
                    Population                     Population
                          1999                           2010
                       (1000s)                        (1000s)
 1. China            1,254,062  1. China            1,394,253  1.
 2. India              986,611  2. India            1,167,335  2.
 3. United States      272,505  3. United States      297,700  3.
 4. Indonesia          211,806  4. Indonesia          247,541  4.
 5. Brazil             167,988  5. Brazil             190,875  5.
 6. Russia             146,519  6. Pakistan           181,092  6.
 7. Pakistan           146,488  7. Bangladesh         150,333  7.
 8. Japan              126,745  8. Nigeria            150,274  8.
 9. Bangladesh         125,721  9. Russia             144,724  9.
10. Nigeria            113,829 10. Medico             118,165 10.
11. Mexico              99,734 11. Rusia              117,514 11.
12. Germany             84,950 12. Mexico              94,200 12.
13. Vietnam             79,490 13. Vietnam             91,851 13.
14. Philippines         74,655 14. Congo (Zaire)       81,746 14.
15. Egypt               66,924 15. Ethiopia            80,260 15.
16. Iran                66,208 16. Iran                78,903 16.
17. Turkey              65,869 17. Egypt               76,300 17.
18. Thailand            61,818 18. Turkey              74,832 18.
19. Ethiopia            59,580 19. Germany             70,276 19.
20. United Kingdom      59,364 20. Thailand            67,259 20.
21. France              59,067 21. France              61,721 21.
22. Italy               57,717 22. United Kingdom      60,800 22.
23. Congo (Zaire)       50,481 23. Italy               57,495 23.
24. Ukraine             49,910 24. Myanmar (Burma)     56,573 24.
25. Myanmar (Burma)     48,081 25. Korea, South        50,618 25.
26. Korea, South        46,873 26. Ukraine             47,435 26.
27. South Africa        42,579 27. Columbia            47,285 27.
28. Spain               39,418 28. South Africa        46,576 28.
29. Poland              38,674 29. Argentina           41,474 29.
30. Colombia            38,581 30. Poland              40,185 30.
31. Argentina           36,568 31. Spain               39,799 31.
32. Tanzania            31,271 32. Tanzania            39,390 32.
33. Algeria             30,774 33. Algeria             38,304 33.
34. Canada              30,589 34. Sudan               36,257 34.
35. Sudan               28,883 35. Canada              35,065 35.
36. Kenya               28,809 36. Afghanistan         34,098 36.
37. Morocco             28,248 37. … 

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