The Serbian population will decline in the next twenty years. This will be caused by natural depopulation as the number of deaths will exceed births. The population is ageing, although not a quickly as some of its neighbours. Over the next twenty years life expectancy will continue to rise, the birth rate fall and the death rate rise. Six of the ten largest cities will grow between 2010 and 2030 and Serbia's second city, Novi Sad, will experience the most rapid population growth.
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Serbia in 2030: The Future Demographic
Serbia in 2030