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The US Census Bureau expected India's population to surpass China's by 2035. India's population grew rapidly from the 1920s until the 1970s, mostly due to a sharp decline in the death rate because of improvements in health care, nutrition, and sanitation. In 1921, when India's population stood at 251,321,213, the birth rate was but the death rate was ; by 1961, when the population reached 439,234,771, the birth rate was still high at , but the death rate had dropped by more than half to . The birth rate dropped from in 1971 to in 1990 – 91, presumably attributable to an aggressive program of family planning, contraception, and sterilization, but had little immediate impact on the compounded population growth rate, which averaged % in the 1980s and % in 1990 – 95. According to the UN, the annual population rate of change for 2005 – 10 was expected to be %. Despite the fact that the population growth rate had been steadily declining for several decades, the government in 2005 continued to seek ways to slow population growth. The government considers the rapid population growth a serious problem, particularly in relation to reducing poverty. The goal of the Indian government is to reach zero population growth by 2050 with a population of billion.
Harley's study the logistics of building and selling motorcycles in the early 1980's, when it was near bankruptcy. Harley's balance scorecard review the procurement process, inventory stock theory and practice, and the parts marketing process to ensure a holistic, end-to-end supply chain management to supporting the company vision which ensures that the company's products reached its customers. Through performing a thorough study of their entire supply chain, Harley Davidson's logistics personnel have been able to define, measure, and improve their processes in order to improve efficiency in manufacturing process. A prime corporate decision was introduced to reduce the number of suppliers from 500 to 200. A smaller supplier base made quality improvements easier to implement and facilitated the detection as there was increase standardization of process and procedures, tracking, and resolution of quality problems.