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Putin has declared growth of salaries, record since 2012, in Russia — Rambler News Service


Putin has declared growth of salaries, record since 2012, in Russia
Photo: News/Evgeny Epanchintsev the President of Russia Vladimir Putin has told RIA about the record growth of real salaries in Russia since 2012, this indicator was 8,7%. He has said it during the Russian-Indian business forum in New Delhi. "Growth of real salaries — 8,7%. It is a record indicator since 2012" — Putin has told. As the president has noted, achievement of the last years is also positive dynamics of macroeconomic indicators. "Positive dynamics is shown by the Russian macroeconomic indicators that is, certainly, our achievement in recent years. Stability of public finances is provided, gold and foreign exchange reserves of the country grow, the current surplus of the federal budget is reached. The situation in labor market improves: … unemployment rate, 4,7%" — Putin has added.

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