The population of the Czech Republic increased by 18,600 in the first nine months of 2016 year-on-year, according to the Czech Statistics Office. The number was affected most by immigration: the number of new arrivals, largely from Slovakia and Ukraine, outnumber those who moved away from the Czech Republic by some 12,600. The number of births than deaths over the period; 1,200 more babies were born over the first babies were born in the first nine months for a total 85,400. The overall population of the country is now 10,572,400 million people.
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