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Table 1 Tuberculosis (TB) death rate per 100,000 population in first year with available data in European Union and European Economic Areas Member States

From: Will the European Union reach the United Nations Millennium declaration target of a 50% reduction of tuberculosis mortality between 1990 and 2015?

Member State First year causes of death data available Nr TB deaths in first year with causes of death data available Population number in first year with causes of death data available TB death rate per 100,000 population in first year with causes of death data available
Austria 1994 113 7,928,746 1.43
Belgium 1994 138 10,100,631 1.37
Bulgaria 1995 332 8,427,418 3.94
Croatia 1999 214 4,527,459 4.73
Cyprus 2004 3 722,893 0.41
Czech Republic 1994 132 10,334,013 1.28
Denmark 1994 44 5,196,642 0.85
Estonia 1994 143 1,476,952 9.68
Finland 1994 114 5,077,912 2.25
France 2001 1061 60,979,315 1.74
Germany 1994 1014 81,338,093 1.25
Greece 1994 107 10,489,871 1.02
Hungary 1994 653 10,350,010 6.31
Icelanda 1994 4 265,064 1.51
Ireland 1994 52 3,583,154 1.45
Italy 1994 733 56,842,392 1.29
Latvia 1996 289 2,469,531 11.70
Liechtensteina - - 30,310 -
Lithuania 1994 413 3,671,296 11.25
Luxembourg 1994 5 400,200 1.25
Malta 1994 1 373,161 0.27
Netherlands 1994 140 15,341,553 0.91
Norwaya 1994 71 4,324,815 1.64
Poland 1994 1416 38,504,707 3.68
Portugal 1994 337 9,974,391 3.38
Romania 1999 2152 22,488,595 9.57
Slovakia 1996 77 5,367,790 1.43
Slovenia 1994 29 1,989,408 1.46
Spain 1994 754 39,458,489 1.91
Sweden 1994 103 8,745,109 1.18
United Kingdom 1994 571 57,788,017 0.99
European Union (28 countries) 1999 8780 486,577,953 1.80
  1. aEuropean Economic Area Member States and not included in the European Union total