When did China’s population reach 1 billion?

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  • 1982
  • 1987
  • 1993
  • 1998

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[STC00305] Although it may appear as though China has had a population of more than a billion for many millennia, the fact is that the country did not pass the billion milestone until relatively recently, in the year 1982.

The country with the highest population in the world revealed its count at the middle of the year, when the State Statistical Bureau of the country put the population at around 1,086,900,000 people.

That indicated that China had a solid 25% share of the total population of the Earth at the time that this information was gathered.

According to the most recent census data, which was collected in 2017, the total population of the country was estimated to be 1.

386 billion, which corresponds to around 20% of the population of the entire world.

This percentage has decreased slightly since then.

This decline is attributable, in large part, to the contentious family-planning policy that is practiced in the country.

India is the only other country in the world with a population that is greater than one billion (1.

339 billion in 2017).

It hit the milestone for the first time in 1998, and it is anticipated that it would overtake China in population size by the year 2030.