Net migration rate in Europe by country in 2017

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Net migration rate in Europe by country in 2017

Net migration rate in Europe by country in 2017 – click to enlarge

Source: The World Factbook, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

Net migration rate compares the difference between the number of persons entering and leaving a country during the year per 1,000 persons (based on midyear population). A positive net migration rates indicates that there are more people entering than leaving an area. When more emigrate from a country, the result is a negative net migration rate, meaning that more people are leaving than entering the area.

Net Migration Rate:

Luxembourg 15.5
Cyprus 8.7
Spain 7.8
Norway 5.9
Belgium 5.4
Sweden 5.3
Austria 4.8
Switzerland 4.7
Ireland 4.0
Iceland 4.0
Italy 3.7
Finland 2.9
United Kingdom 2.5
Portugal 2.5
Greece 2.3
Czechia 2.3
Denmark 2.1
Malta 2.0
Netherlands 1.9
Russia 1.7
Germany 1.5
Hungary 1.3
France 1.1
Belarus 0.7
Slovenia 0.4
Slovakia 0.1
Serbia 0.0
Ukraine 0.0
Romania -0.2
Bulgaria -0.3
Poland -0.4
Bosnia and Herzegovina -0.4
Macedonia -0.5
Croatia -1.7
Estonia -3.2
Albania -3.3
Turkey -4.5
Lithuania -6.1
Latvia -6.1
Moldova -9.4

 

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