Rate : Fertility Rate

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Fertility Rate
Rate (R)
BIRTH_TOT:total * 1000.0 / AGE_FERTILE:female/F
Display as:
Continuous time series
Live births per thousand women aged 20 to 49. The General Fertility Rate is usually defined relative to the number of women aged 15 to 49, but in Britain the ages 20 to 49 are generally more appropriate.

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Entity ID Entity Name
T_VITAL Life & Death

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