The article “Fast jeder fünfte hat ausländische Wurzeln” is a quick glimpse into the current demographic statistics in Germany with a focus on citizens with foreign roots. The article highlights the recent growth in this sector of the population by percentage of the German population at large; stating that since 2007 the percentage of foreigners that compose the total population of Germany has risen from 18.7% to 19% at present.
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