When you’re growing the world’s logistics, population growth is another story

By Matthew D. ShafferThe Associated PressWASHINGTON (AP) — For most people, the world is a relatively stable place.

But the growing use of drones and robotics is changing that.

That’s the message of the World Economic Forum’s annual Global Logistics and Population Report, which looks at how a rapidly growing world economy is changing its relationship with the people who use its services.

The report finds the world faces many of the same challenges facing a world in which the U.S. is now the largest economy, but the number of people living in the developed world has been rising steadily for more than a decade.

China is the world leader in both the amount of people and the amount that live in it.

But China’s population growth rate has slowed over the past decade, as it has diversified away from relying on one of the world “Big Three” — the U and China — to feed its growing population.

China’s population grew by 9.9 million people in 2017, the most recent year for which figures are available.

Its population growth has slowed in recent years, and as the economy has slowed down, the number is expected to slow further.

The U.K. is also the world leaders in population growth, at about 10.2 million people per year.

Its growth rate over the same period has slowed considerably, and the population of England and Wales has risen by 3.9 and 3.4 million, respectively.

China, the United States and Germany are also leading in terms of the number that live abroad, and their population is growing.

The world’s economies, with populations of about 5.2 billion, are in flux.

The U.N. said last week that the world economy could be in recession by 2030 if it doesn’t get a major overhaul of how its economic policies are shaped and developed.