According Belgorodstata on the results of January-May 2013 the index of industrial production by economic activity: "Mining and quarrying", "Manufacturing", "Production and distribution of electricity, gas and water" in the Belgorod region was 99.1%.
By the volume of shipped goods of own production and works and services on their own per capita economic activity "Mining and quarrying" (26.0 thousand) Belgorod region ranks 2nd among the regions of the Central Federal District of Moscow after (39.3 thousand . rubles), on economic activity "Manufacturing" (101.4 thousand) — 3rd place after the Kaluga (151.0 thousand) and Lipetsk (131.6 thousand) regions.
the volume of meat production in the agricultural organizations per capita area ranks 1st among all the Central Federal District (383 kg), milk (98 kg) — 2 nd place after the Ryazan region (112 kg), eggs (290 pieces) — 3rd place after Yaroslavl (406) and Kostroma (402 pieces) regions.
The pace of growth in housing construction in January-May 2013 compared with January-May 2012 (123.6%), the region ahead of the average for Russia by 12.7 percentage points.
Retail trade turnover in January-May 2013 the per capita was
57.1 thousand, among the regions of the Central Federal District is the 4th place after Moscow, Moscow and Lipetsk regions, in terms of paid services per capita (16.4 thousand), the area is
3rd place after Moscow and the Moscow region.
In January-April 2013, organizations of the region (excluding small businesses, banks, insurance companies and public institutions) received a positive financial result (the excess of income over the net loss amounted to 26.3 billion rubles). In per capita terms this indicator area ranked 2nd among the regions of the Central Federal District, after Moscow.
Per capita income in April 2013 amounted to RUR 24,247.6 — is
3rd place among the regions of the Central Federal District, after Moscow and the Moscow region. Real income in April 2013 increased compared to April 2012 by 6.4%.
Average nominal monthly wages for the full range of organizations in April 2013 amounted to 21,701 rubles — 8th place among the regions of the Central Federal District, after Moscow, Moscow, Kaluga, Tver, Yaroslavl, Tula and Voronezh regions.