Five African countries will be among the world’s most populous by the year 2100. While Asia accounted for five of the world’s ten most populated countries in 2020, the situation will be reversed in 2100, when five African countries — Nigeria, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Egypt, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo – will be among the top ten.
Four European countries remained among the world’s largest in 1950. By 2020, that number will have dropped to one, and by 2100, it will be zero, according to projections done by Statista. In 2100, half of the biggest countries in the world will be in Africa.
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