In the given article we will make a comparison between China and Japan in regards to various factors. China has an overall population of 1,354,040,000 with the population growth rate being 0.5 percent. The birth rate is found to be 12.17 and the death rate 6.89 in a population of 1000. China accounts for 19.15% of the annual change of world’s population.
Japan has a total population of 127,400,000 and the rate of growth of population is 0.3 percent. Japan accounts for 1.8 percent of the world’s annual population change with the birth rate being 8.39 per 1000 people and the death rate being 9.15 for every 1000 people.
The overall education rate in China is 92 percent with the rate of education of males being 96 percent and that of females being 89 percent. The education percentage of Japan is also found to be 92 percent of which the male education percent is 99.9 percent and the female 99.7 percent.
When it comes to economy, the GDP growth of China has increased by 7.8 percent. The currency of China is Renminbi (RMB) and the fiscal year of China is from 01 January to 31 December. China has total foreign reserves of $3.28 trillion and revenue of $1.838 trillion.
The GDP growth of Japan has decreased by -0.7 percent. The fiscal year of Japan is calculated from 1 April to 31 March. Japan has foreign reserves of US$1.154 trillion with the revenue rate being $1.838 trillion.
Internet users of China has increased from 22,500,000 in the 2000 to 538,000,000 in the year 2012 while in Japan it has grown from 47,080,000 to 101,228,736 through 2000 to 2012. There are 385,821,101 males and 363,789,674 females working for military in China. Japan has 27,301,443 males and 26,307,003 females working for military.