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The Netherlands is a mature country located in Western Europe right between Germany and Belgium on the coast of the North Sea Its total land mass is about 41526 Kilometres square This is roughly comparable to the size of two New Jerseys The inhabitants of the Netherlands are often popularly referred to as the Dutch As of July 2003 the total population was 16150 511 million people Also this recent census has produced the age structure as 0 - 14 year olds make up 182 of the total population 15 -64 year olds make up 679 of the total population and 65 year olds make up 139 of the total population The estimated population grow rate in 2003 is about 5 which is slightly higher then that of Canada with only 3 The nation birth rate for the Netherlands is 1131 births per 1000 populations This is only 31 higher then that of the Dutch The total fertility rate is at 165 children born per woman while Canadas is at 14 children born per woman If these figures are accurate the estimated population in the year 2050 will be just over 18 million people The Netherlands is known as one of the most densely populated countries in Europe with its maturity In a 1995 census it showed that 1018 people per square mile which is stagnating compared with Canadas eight people per square mile The average life expectancy for the people of the Netherlands is roughly 78 years of age which is pretty good given the decency population of the country The life style shared by the Dutch is that of a good diet and lots of government run activity Compared to that of Canada the Netherlands is only one year behind which in all fairness is extremely good in contrast Urbanization is considered a popular topic in world discussion around the globe In a 2003
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