Morocco prepares for a grey future

Michael Cook | 29 June 2009
Another surprising country, demographically, is Morocco. In 1962, its fertility rate was about 7.2 children per woman. Nowadays it is about 2.5 and heading south. Contraception is widespread, with many women delaying child-bearing for 5 years after marriage.
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