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Guillo
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PostSubject: Urbanisation and population growth   Wed Nov 26, 2008 4:00 pm

Both graphs show information about how the population and urbanisation in India and China have grown in the last 55 years and how they are expected to be in 50 years.
In 1950 there was not a big difference between China and India, just like 200 millions, the growth of the two was the same, if China’s population had grown 15 millions so had the Indian. In 1975 the numbers started to separate and this lasted for 20 years. In 1995 China's population stopped growing as fast as the last years, and the Indian's started to raise a little bit more, and the numbers were closer one to the other, with every year. Nowadays there is not a big difference between the populations. It is expected that the difference in number of persons will not be so great, and by 2025 there will not be any difference, and the Indian population will still be growing and China's will be reduced.
The building of cities in China and India in 1950 was parallel and they grew with the same difference but in 1973 China's population started to grow more and the Indian kept the same patron. In 1985 China's population stopped growing and just 5 years later started to decrease. The predictions are that what happened to China will happen to India in 2025.
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PostSubject: Urbanitation and population   Sun Nov 30, 2008 4:45 pm

Both graphs show information about population and urbanisation from 1950 to 2005.
The first chart is about population growth in China, USA and India, it shows that since 1950 India and China have been increasing almost in the same way until they reach the same level wich is estimated to be close to the 2030 year, since here, the chart shows that China and India are close to reach the 1500 population and start to separate, India increases a lot while Chine start to decrease.
In the chart is projected that the USA will be increasing constantly and slow since 1950 to the further years.

The other chart is about the urbanisation in India and China, as the other chart, it starts from 1950 to 2005 estimating the next years.
Rural population is separated from the urban.
In the rural population, bouth are increasing rapidly from the begining until China gives a big jump to a higher position in 75 while India continue with the same constant rithm until they reach the same number in 2005, China start decreasing while India increasing.
In the Urban part of the chart, bouth start to increase constantly but since 85, China rapidly increases and will continue with the same rate while India increases slower.
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PostSubject: population graph   Mon Dec 01, 2008 3:18 pm

We are shown two graphs here, where the first one expresses information about the population growth on these countries; China India and the U.S. the other graph shows the urbanisation of just China and India but this graph has a comparative information about their rural and their urban areas; the information of both graphs are based on the years that have passed until 2005.
On the population graph, the U.S is located as the country that has less population growth compared to the other two countries that are shown with 240 million people in 1950 and 260 million people until 2005, and it is projected that it is going to grow at the same rate as before. China and India are pretty close and parallel on their population growth, nevertheless, it is projected that in the year 2030 the Indian and the Chinese population are going to be exactly equal, but after that, China’s population will decrease and India’s population will keep on growing.

On the urbanisation graph, in the comparison of Chinese and Indian urban areas we can see that they start off pretty equally, until the 90’s were it is noticeable that china’s urbanisations starts growing up much faster than India, so in 2005, China has 250 million people ahead of India. In the comparison of the rural areas, China has a noticeable and larger population than India until 2005 where they both get equal and it is also projected that China’s urbanisation after 2005 it is going to go down, and India’s population will still increase.

Based on these graphs information, I can say that china and India have pretty much the same rate of population growth, but India has larger population estimation in the future, we also can say that the U.S has a pretty low rate of population growth compared to China and India.
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PostSubject: Urbanization and Population graph   Mon Dec 01, 2008 4:24 pm

These graphs are showing the population and urbanization from 1950 to nowadays and how it might increase until 2030 and 2050 in India, China, and the US.
In the population graph we can see that the US populations growths very slightly, going up from less than 250 million in 1950 to almost 500 million person in the 2050. China's and Indian's populations were and are increasing in a very similar path and more faster then the US, it will be until the 2030 when they will have the same population; by this time chinese people will be decreasing and the Indian's will still increasing, having merely more than 1,500 million people.
In the second graph that is about the urbanization only appear the countries India and China. About what the graph shows we can tell that this countries have been having more population in the country than in the city; this situation ends between the years 2015 and 2030 when the rural population decrease and the urban growths. By 2015 China will have the same population in both, after 15 years the population from the city in India and the country population of china will be of about 600 million people. The urban population from China and India between the 1950 and the 1985 was very close, but after this year the urban chinese population started growing faster than the indian. So by the 2030 China will have more urban people than Indian rural people that was and will be much higher then the indian population of the city.
As a conclusion we can say that population in China and India growths rapidly and much more than the US population. Also that will be more chinese people in city than in the country and in the case of Indian it will be all the way around.
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PostSubject: Population growth in India, China and the US   Mon Dec 01, 2008 5:25 pm

The first graph shows the growth in population of three countries, India, China, and the US, while the second one expresses the urbanization in China and India. All the information of the two graphs goes form 1950 till 2005, but we can see that there are predictions after 2005.
In the first graph we can see that China and India have had a population growth, while the US has remain very stable. In the projections shown by the graph we can see that India and China are going to double their population, in the other hand the US is going to have a very low increase in population.
In the second graph we can see a comparison of the urbanization in India and China. We can clearly see that population in both, rural and urban areas are increasing every year. We can appreciate that in China in 1990 the rural population started to decrease while the urban population increased. In India both rural and urban population raise. In 2020, the same thing is going to happen to the rural population according to the United Nations Population Division
In conclusion i can say that China and India have a bigger population than the US. According to the predictions this is going to keep happening because of the continuous growth population that India and China are showing.
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Ana Lópe
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PostSubject: Population growth and rates of urbanisation   Mon Dec 01, 2008 5:37 pm

These graphs are showing us the urbanisation and how the population has been increasing during the last 50 years aproximatly, and the expectation for the next few years.
The first graph shows us the population growth in India, China and the U.S. We can see that China and India from the 60´s to the 2005 has had a population growth of about 500 millions, wich is huge. Nevertheless the U.S. had a slightly increase during the last years. For the next few years projected, China will have less gowth of population, comparing the India who will be increasing little by little on the number of persons living in India.
After observing the second graph, about the urbanisation of India and China, I can say that China is the country who has had more elevation in urbanism and ruralism. As well for India but not the same elevation, because when it comes to ruralisation, China had a little decrease in the 2000.
In 2015 China could have 700 hundred aproximatly of urbans and rurals. As for India, they are both still going to increase, specially the urbanisation.
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PostSubject: Population rates of urbanization   Mon Dec 01, 2008 5:54 pm

The second graph seen before shows the urbanisation and ruralisation in India and China between 1950 and 2005, with expectations after 2005 all the way to 2030. According to the graph China ruralisation stands over India. Although the projection shows a decrees of people living in rural condition in China, going from 850 million people in the 1990’s trough 600 million expected on 2025. As different as the ruralisation the Chinese people are increasing on its urbanisation sense 1955 and is also becoming higher as the years approach all to 2030 will be about 900 million people. In the 2015 there will be an equal population either urban re rural in about a 700 million.
Since 1990 India ruralisation almost as, urbanisation has increase in a considerable way maintaining its range higher. Is hope that in the future urban people in India be five times more than the 100 million in the 1990’s.
Both India and China are nation in which people prefer to live in the city rather than in the field.
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PostSubject: exam   Mon Dec 01, 2008 6:16 pm

As we can see in the two graphs above, the population of India and China has increased amaisingly, over the past years but in seems that China had prevented this problem and did somthing aboute it around the year 2000. From this poin on the graph is stel increasing but not as much as the past years. In the case of India it seems that the growht in the population has not changed much and it doesent look liki it will do.
The second graph shows the amount of people that leave outside the city and those who leave insyde the city. This graph shows how the population of china have changed, in the way that a lot of people have moved to the big cityes whitch talks aboute an improvement in the economy. In the case of India the amoun of people leaving in the country it is the mayority whitch talks that India steal is a country in growth, because the amount of people leavin in the rural area are much more than the ones leavin in the citys.
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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Mon Dec 01, 2008 6:30 pm

In the first graph, is showing the population growth in India, China and United States. During the years of 1950 to 2050 under expectations. In the other graph, is showing the urbanisation in India and China on the period of 1950 to 2030. The population is counted in millions.

In the population growth graph we can see that China, the red line, have been increasing. In 1950 it had approximately 500 millions of population and for 2005 is more than 1250 millions. For the future they are expecting that China´s poputation is not increasing more than 1,500 millions. Then, other country that could have possibilities to raise their population is India, over China with more than 1,500 millions of habitants. For United States the population is increasing lees than in China and India, with only a estimation of almost 500 millions for the 2050.

The urbanisation graph is showing the urban and rural population in China and in India. We can see that China is over India in both of the populations. Nevertheless India have expectations for 2003 to 600 millions increasing and China will decrease this same year with the same amount.

In conclusion, I can say that the information of the graphs show that India and China in the future and now, will have more population than United States. For China, the rural and urban population in bigger than India, but for the expectations for the next years, India´s rural population will be over China´s rural population.
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PostSubject: population growth and rates of urbanisation in China and Ind   Mon Dec 01, 2008 6:44 pm

In the two graphs above we can clearly see how the population has been growing in China, India and the US. In the last 50 years China and India increased their population radically while the US also did but with a slower speed. This first graph goes from 1950 to 2005 almost 50 years of studies in these three countries and some assumptions of what is going to happen in the future after the year 2005, and what people say is going to happen is that China and India will continue increasing their population but around the year 2030 China will stop and India will continue increasing, while the US will continue almost the same as in 2005, only with a little increase.
In graph number 2 there is shown how urbanisation in China and India has been a very important factor in the last 50 years and how the rural aspect has decreased, especially China around 1990. As in graph 1, we can see in the second graph that there is an assumption of what is going to happen with urbanisation and rural in this two countries.
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PostSubject: Population growth in inda, china and the US   Mon Dec 01, 2008 7:04 pm

As we can see, one of the graphs above shows how the population in China and India has increase, unlike the US population, that has maintain almost still. In 1950, the country with most population is China with about 550 millions, then India with around 350 millions and at least the US with 200 millions. India and China's population continue to increase getting in the 2005 to 1,300 million the first one and 1,100 million the second one, in the other place, the US in the 2005 its population is about only 270 million compared to the other two. As the graph shows, it says that in 2028, the India population is going to pass the China population over around 1,450 million. India's population will be according to the graph and the statistics, more or less of 1,550 in the year of 2050, below would be China, with 1,300 million, and with the less population would be the US with only 450 million.
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PostSubject: urbanisation and population growth   Mon Dec 01, 2008 8:32 pm

The graphs shown above show population growth (first graph) in China and India from 1950 until now, and their projection until 2050, and we can also appreciate how this population has distributed between urban and rural (second graph) from 1950 until now, and projections until 2030.

As we can see the population in China in the 1950's was almost twice as big than India's population in the same year, at that time five hundred million people from China lived in rural parts of the country and three hundred million people from India. China's rural part reached a pick in 1995, meanwhile India's continued growing until now, and it is projected to reach a pick around 1925.

What really stands out is the difference between the population in the urban and rural parts of both countries, in China's case urban population in the 1950's was around one fifth compared to the rural population, this is projected to balance in a near future in 1915. In the case of India the big difference will continue for more than 30 years from now.

India and China are counties with a very big population growth and are urbanizing quite fast, China's highest population rate will be around the 2030's, while India will continue growing and growing.
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PostSubject: writing task   Mon Dec 01, 2008 9:32 pm

The graphs on the left, such as they alredy explained, show the increase on population, first graph, and rates of urbanisatio in China and India through time, second graph.
The population in China, India and the US, such as shown on the graph at the top and as we can see has had a notable increase since 1950.
In China in 1980 the population had increased from 500 to 1000, so far on the 1990, the population increased about 300 million people, in The 2005 the population was around 1250 million people, and they expect 1500 after the 2030's.
In India and Us the population has a big difference, in the 1950's in India was 500 million people, in the US 250 million people.
In the 1990's in India the populatin was around 850 million peolple, in the Us exacty 250 million people and the expectations fot the 2030's in India is around 1500 millions, the Us 350 million people.
The chart below, shows the urbanization in India and China.
The urabanization, such as i understand the graph, has only increased while ruralizatin has decreased.
In 1985 India had 200 million people urbanized and China aroun 250 million people.
Nowadays not only in India but also in China, the urban population has commonly increased;in India about 350 million people while in China around 550 million people.
The decrease and increase on ruralization has also an important impact, since 1950 to 2008 In india the population increased to 800 millions, and on China it decreased to 700 millions.
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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Mon Dec 01, 2008 9:50 pm

The first graph show how population has been growing through the time, it also shows an speculation on how the population is going to grow after the year 2005 in India, China, and the United States to the year 2050. Its a very complete chart because it shows how the population numbers has increased through the time form 1950 to an speculation on how it is going to be in the year 2050.
We can see in the graph that the United States has never been less that 250 millions of people close to the India population and that was in 1950, nevertheless the graph show that even India has never reached China's population level in the future between 2025 and 2030 it will reach and pass China's number of habitants.

The second graph shows the urbanization levels India and China from 1950 to an speculation after 2005 to 2030.
This graph shows clearly a different trend of this two countries in the speculation we can see that in China between 2005 and 2010 there is going to be more people living in the cities than people living in a rural environment; and in the other side we have India which just tends to grow in rural population and in urban population, but in the speculation we can see that in the year 2030 they will probably be more balanced but as the chart shows they are not going to change the trend of more people living in the rural areas.
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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Mon Dec 01, 2008 9:51 pm

The first graph show how population has been growing through the time, it also shows an speculation on how the population is going to grow after the year 2005 in India, China, and the United States to the year 2050. Its a very complete chart because it shows how the population numbers has increased through the time form 1950 to an speculation on how it is going to be in the year 2050.
We can see in the graph that the United States has never been less that 250 millions of people close to the India population and that was in 1950, nevertheless the graph show that even India has never reached China's population level in the future between 2025 and 2030 it will reach and pass China's number of habitants.

The second graph shows the urbanization levels India and China from 1950 to an speculation after 2005 to 2030.
This graph shows clearly a different trend of this two countries in the speculation we can see that in China between 2005 and 2010 there is going to be more people living in the cities than people living in a rural environment; and in the other side we have India which just tends to grow in rural population and in urban population, but in the speculation we can see that in the year 2030 they will probably be more balanced but as the chart shows they are not going to change the trend of more people living in the rural areas.
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PostSubject: Population and urbanisation   Mon Dec 01, 2008 11:12 pm

We have two graphs, the first one is about how the population has grown in India, China and the US, and the second one shows the differences between urban and rural population in China and India.
In the first graph we have that China and India`s population has increased a lot during the years, while US popolation has remain the same since 1950, and in the year 2000 the population of China was one thousand million biger then the one of US. They expect that in the year 2030 India has more population than China.
The second graph compares China and India rural and urban population.
When the graph starts we can observe that in 1950 Indian`s urban population is 3 times smaller than the rural, while in China, the rural population is 5 times higher than the urban.
The rural and urban have growth with an iqual proporsion until the year 1995 that is when the rural population of China started to disminuate.
By the year 2015 they expect that urban population of China gets bigger than the rural while in India always is going to be more the rural population.
I can conclude that the increase of population in India and China is faster than in US, and they expect that in the future India is going to have more population than China.
Other conclusion is that China in the future is going to have more urban than rural populatin while India is going to have a bigger rural population.
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PostSubject: Population and urbanisation   Tue Dec 02, 2008 3:17 pm

there are shown two graphs:
In the first graph it is shown a comparison about how indian, chinise, and american population, and how they been growing and what they are expecting for the feature years. Looking at this graph we can say that now a days China (with more than 1,250 millions of people) has more population than India and US. And the US has the least population with a little bit more than 250 million. Also the graph show us that in the future the most populated contry would be india.
in the secound graph it is show the diferences between rural and urban population between China and India. Now a days in both countries their population live more in the fields that the ones that lived in the cities. It also shows that it is expected that by 2030 the majority population of China would live in the cities instead of the fields, meanwhile the Indian population would not have so much change.
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PostSubject: population and urbanization graphs   Tue Dec 02, 2008 3:23 pm

The first graph shows the population growth in India, China and the US, while the second graph represents the urbanization in India and China.
In the first graph we can see that China in 1950 was leading in the ambit of population against India and the US with a population rate of 500 millions, meanwhile India only had 400 millions and the US was just over the 200 millions.
The asian countries (China and India), where having an equal population growth from 1950 to 2005 and according to the graph they will still have that equal growth on the population until the year 2020 arrives, because that is when China, the leading country, will begin to "fall" down on population and India will take the other way, it will "rise" on population.
The US will maintain a constant population growth over the years almost reaching the 500 million in the year 2050.

First of all in the second graph we can tell that both countries, India and China, had much more people leaving in the rural aspects, for example in 1965 China had a population leaving in the rural of 600 millions and India of 400 millions, while in the urban China and India were nearly beyond the 100 million.
The graph also shows that as time passes by the urban population will grow and the rural urbanization will stop growing, and it would not just stop growing, but it will have less population over the years. This movement is more noticeable in China than in India because it in China the movement of people from rural to urban will be more abrupt.
To conclude this second graph we can say that China by the year 2030 will exceed the 800 million people in the urban and it will only have over 500 millions. While in India the rural population will still lead the urban with a population of 800 million people.
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PostSubject: correcion de una palabra   Tue Dec 02, 2008 3:26 pm

The first graph shows the population growth in India, China and the US, while the second graph represents the urbanization in India and China.
In the first graph we can see that China in 1950 was leading in the ambit of population against India and the US with a population rate of 500 millions, meanwhile India only had 400 millions and the US was just over the 200 millions.
The asian countries (China and India), where having an equal population growth from 1950 to 2005 and according to the graph they will still have that equal growth on the population until the year 2020 arrives, because that is when China, the leading country, will begin to "fall" down on population and India will take the other way, it will "rise" on population.
The US will maintain a constant population growth over the years almost reaching the 500 million in the year 2050.

First of all in the second graph we can tell that both countries, India and China, had much more people leaving in the rural aspects, for example in 1965 China had a population leaving in the rural of 600 millions and India of 400 millions, while in the urban China and India were nearly beyond the 100 million.
The graph also shows that as time passes by the urban population will grow and the rural urbanization will stop growing, and it would not just stop growing, but it will have less population over the years. This movement is more noticeable in China than in India because in China the movement of people from rural to urban will be more abrupt.
To conclude this second graph we can say that China by the year 2030 will exceed the 800 million people in the urban and it will only have over 500 millions leaving in the rural. While in India the rural population will still lead the urban with a population of 800 million people.
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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Tue Dec 02, 2008 4:08 pm

A country is made by its people, there for it is bery important to know where its population lives at. In this paper I will talk about the difernces between the population of china and India and if they live in the cities or the country. I will also describe its concentreations during time.

From the year of 1950 to 2005 theirs been an enormous grouth in the people living in China and India. Both of them have duplicated their population. But the distribution of people is changing, in China more people now tahn fifty years ago are living in the cities than in the country, and it seems that by 2008 more people will be urban rader than rural. Meanwhile India seems to keep its proportions stedy between the numbers of urban people and rural people.

This means that China is becoming a more urbanaised country, where less people are working at the country and more in the cities. In contrast with India, where the rural areas have a bigger amount of people than the urban areas of the country.
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PostSubject: graphs   Tue Dec 02, 2008 7:30 pm

The first graph shows the population growth in India, china and the USA from 1950 to 2050. The second graph shows the urbanization in India and China, from 1950 to 2030.

In the population growth we can see how China started with an amazing growth in the year of 1950 going from more than 500 million people to the year 2005 where the population was more than 1250 million people more than the half in just 55 years, and in the next years its projected that China will stay almost the same and is going to start decreasing. For India we can see that the population in 1950 started around 300 to 400 million and through the years it stayed with a constant growth, but below China, and around 2025 to 2030 China starts to descend while India stills increasing.
For USA in 1950 it is around 200 million people and through the years it will stay with a low increasing population, and it is projected that in 2050 the population will be around 400 million.

The second graph, that compares urbanization Shows how China starts increasing in rural urbanization through the years and around 1995 China gets to the highest point, India starts also increasing but below China, around 2000 India stills increasing while China decreases. And in the Urban both are constantly increasing through out the years but India always stays below China.
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PostSubject: exam   Tue Dec 02, 2008 9:50 pm

The first graph shows us how the population has grown in China, India and the United States. And In the other chart it rates of urbanization until the 2005 of India and China with projections beyond it.
As we can see in the first graph the population that is less estimated to grown is in the United States, as it is shown starting in the year 1950 the population was less than 250 millions and it is projected to increase for 2030 to almost the double. India shows the most radical change with only 350 millions of persons in 1950 it is possible that for the 2050 it would reach more than 1,500 millions of people. The last country that is shown is China that at the beginning it was the country with more persons and it is the only one that is shown that in the future it will decrease. We can also see in the second graph that the urban population has grown in Chinas as in India and that the rural has been lowering as the years pass.
As a conclusion we can say that India is the country that will have the most radical change as the urban and the population in general will have a big grown. The country that will stay almost the same it would be the united states and China would start to lower the rural population as the urban would increase.
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PostSubject: report   Tue Dec 02, 2008 10:05 pm

Jason wrote:
Please post your writing responses for the free IELTS descriptive report writing task here. You do not need to log in or register to post your writing, simply click on POSTREPLY. Please allow at least a couple of days for an OnlinEnglish.net Administrator to view and respond to your task. Responses will be limited to a score and some generic comments targeting the areas you could improve in.

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I sent my report on the China's and India's popuation task a wek or mre ago and I haven't received any answer to my task. I want to know if I am getting any and if I do, by when.

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PostSubject: Urbanisation and population growth in China and India   Wed Dec 03, 2008 9:38 am

In this report I will describe two graphs that show how the population and the urbanization has grown in India and China, and the projection they see for the feature.
The First graph compares the growing rate of India, China and America, starting in 1950 an ending in 2005 and the projection for the next 50 years.
At the beginning of this graph America starts with approximately 200 million persons, India with approximately 400 million and China 600 million inhabitants. When it reaches 2005 America´s population has around 100 million inhabitants, India around 800 million, and china approximately 900 million.
In the second graph the growth in urbanization is shown.
In both countries Urbanization has grown dramatically in China the boom is a bit more drastic. The rural population grew along the graph but in China´s case in the last years has declined.
In the projection urban population continues to grow and the rural descents in both countries, And in number of inhabitants India´s population will outnumber Chinas.
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PostSubject: Population and Urbanisation   Wed Dec 03, 2008 3:27 pm

In this report I will describe two different charts that project different rates of growth in teams of population and urbanization in China, India and one of the graphs also shows US from 1950 to 2005 including how it is going to be on the future.
Both of the diagrams are comparing population with time, the differences between them are the first one shows how the number of habitants increasing or decreasing, and is comparing three countries.
The second one demonstrates how fast population develops in the cities and in the urban part of China and India.
In the two charts, at first China is on the top as the region with more development of the two factors that are mention, but for what it is expected on the future this situation is going to change and it will drop off or maintain stable.
US is just consider in one of the charts and it does not show any large numbers if we match up to the other two nations
India has been growing and it will continue like that in the two different charts.
The nation with the higher numbers at first was China but it is projected that is going to change the situation with India.
This is how I conclude my report.
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