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In recent years, international migration has grown in scope and complexity. The number of international migrants, defined as persons living outside of their country of birth, rose by nearly 5 per cent, from 221 million in 2010 to 232 million in 2013. Asia and Europe added the largest number of international migrants during this period, around 3 million each, significantly more than all other major areas. The next 15 years could see upwards of 30 million international migrants added worldwide, if current trends continue.

Related Subject(s): Population and Demography
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