Soviet Union — Russia. Prices and quality of life. Or 30 years later.

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"First of all necessary facts,
only then they can misinterpret.
(Mark Twain)

For comparison table I took a good salary Soviet 1982 (150 rubles) and mediocre salary Moscow in 2012 (25 000). Dividing one by the other, was the indexation coefficient 166.

That is, wages increased by 166 times. Let's look at Soviet prices also increased in 166 times, and compare them with the prices in Russia in 2012.

The first column — name of the product. The second — the price of goods in the early 80-ies of XX century. The third — the price that must be on the goods today (2012), subject to indexation (old price, multiplied by 166). The fourth column — the real price today in the shops "Auchan".

If the price of the fourth column above the price of the third, — the goods went up, life got worse. If below — fell, improved.

Comment on the data collected will not. Each concludes with his own thoughts.

  • A full-fledged Soviet ruble (Sergey ELETSKY)
  • A full-fledged Soviet ruble (Sergey ELETSKY)

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Note K.Putevodki:

As a good salary Soviet times taken 150 rubles, that is true not only in Moscow, but for almost the entire territory of the Union. In remote parts of the country could be more salary, but the prices there are higher for used so-called "half-length ratio."

  • A full-fledged Soviet ruble (Kostya PUTEVODKA)
  • A full-fledged Soviet ruble (Kostya PUTEVODKA)

As for the Russian Federation, the average salary is 25 000 rubles, in my opinion, is too high for the country. Therefore, in general, Russian ratio should be about one and a half times lower (somewhere around 100).
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For clarity, I have entered into a table column "cheaper / become more expensive." Considering the comparison error, this column filled Only if prices differ by 1.5 times or more.
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In the tables there is a significant gap: there is no comparison of prices for baby products and medicines.
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The tables reflect the only material benefits. Besides them, there are of course other parameters and quality of life. Moreover, a number of intangible benefits may be more important than the material. For example:
— USSR: safety, many free children's clubs-sections are available for trips home country, pride in the scientific achievements of the motherland and the like;
— Russian Federation: trips available around the world, much less effort is spent on the life and care of a baby, etc.

But the author and do not set the goal to analyze the comparison of the USSR and the Russian Federation on all possible parameters. As for the prices of consumer goods, the picture is quite full.

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