Romania’s 100 Largest Cities Lost 1.5 Million Inhabitants In Nine Years

08.31.2012 By Corina Mirea

In the last nine years, the population of Romania’s 100 largest cities fell by around 16% from 9.6 million inhabitants in 2002 to 8.1 million inhabitants in 2011, according to data centralized by ZF based on the censuses conducted by the National Institute of Statistics, or INS.

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