Germans in the Czech Republic

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German citizens in the Czech Republic as of December 31
Year Pop. ±%
1994 4,195 —    
1996 5,875 +40.0%
1998 6,248 +6.3%
2000 4,968 −20.5%
2002 5,183 +4.3%
2004 5,772 +11.4%
2005 7,187 +24.5%
2006 10,109 +40.7%
2007 15,700 +55.3%
2008 17,496 +11.4%
2009 13,792 −21.2%
2010 13,871 +0.6%
2011 15,763 +13.6%
2012 17,149 +8.8%
2013 18,507 +7.9%
Source: [1][2]

There are various communities of Germans in the Czech Republic (Czech: Německá menšina v Česku, German: Deutsche in Tschechien). In the 2001 census, 39,106 Czech citizens, or around 0.4% of the Czech Republic's total population, declared German ethnicity.[3] Government statistics also showed 14,157 German citizens living in the CR as of October 2009.[4]

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  3. ^ "29-5. Population: by nationality and municipality size group", Basic results of the Population and Housing Census 2001, Czech Statistical Office, 2001-03-01, retrieved 2009-12-23 
  4. ^ Cizinci podle typu pobytu, pohlaví a státního občanství/Foreigners: by type of residence, sex and citizenship, Czech Statistical Office, 2009-10-31, retrieved 2009-12-23 

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