Inequality

These countries will have the largest populations - by the end of the century 

India's population is set to rise to 1.09 billion people by 2100. Image: REUTERS/Ashikur Rahman

Iman Ghosh

Author, Visual Capitalist

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World population peak. Image: Visual Capitalist

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Current populations. Image: Visual Capitalist
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Country population by density by 2100. Image: Visual Capitalist
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