The 7-Day News said the final result is expected to be launched in early 2015.
The total cost of conducting nationwide census amounted to 58.5 million U.S. dollars with the financial support of five million USD from the United Nations, 15 million from Myanmar government and over 38 million from several European countries, the report said.
Myanmar's 2014 nationwide census covered 10.719 million households.
Myanmar's 12-day national census from March 30 to April 10, the first in three decades, collected data of current population, economic and social facts and figures, aimed at working out national development plan.
In the 1983 census, Myanmar's population stood at 35.3 million excluding an estimated 1.17 million (3.35 percent) non-census ones for security reasons.
source: Global Post