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Average Life Expectancy at Birth in 2000 by Province: Males | Females I Both Sexes

Source: China Statistical Yearbook (2004) - based on 2000 Population Census
Note: Map was produced with the author's RAPS-China software.

According to the 2000 Population Census, Chinese males have a surprisingly high life expectancy - ranging between 76 years in Shanghai and 62 years in Tibet. Obviously, life expectancy is correlated highly with economic development, as males in highly developed coastal provinces have much higher life expectancy than in interior or western provinces.

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