Statistics of Putins rule — just the facts

Statistics of Putin's rule - just the facts

All the legends that Putin is a thief just breaking on the concrete fact: In 1999, all the assets of Russia by Western professionals were estimated at 100 billion dollars, and in 2008 only one stab the fund had more than 156 billion dollars or U.S. 3 849 110 000 000 rubles.

The level of foreign exchange accumulation Russian people 1999 year, a total difficulties, estimated at about $ 40 billion, and in 2010 was more than $ 470 billion (about 11.3 trillion rubles, about $ 80 billion in foreign currency).

Russia's GDP in 1999 was equal $ 177 billion or $ 1,210 per capita. GDP at PPP (purchasing power parity availability) was approximately $ 887 billion (or $ 6060 per capita). In 2010 compared with 1999, GDP increased by 8.34 times and was already $ 1.477 trillion (or $ 10,400 per capita). Russia's GDP in PPP terms (cf. data IMF, World Bank and the CIA) was equal about $ 2.22 trillion (6th place in the world — between Germany and the United Kingdom). Russian GDP per capita at PPP in 2010 was $ 15,807, and for this indicator Our home was on the 51 place in the world (between Lithuania and Argentina). For comparison: a 60 place was Latvia — $ 14,300, a 68 — Bulgaria — $ 12,052, 71 — Brazil — $ 11289, 93 China — $ 7518, 100 — Ukraine-$ 6665, with 103 place — Egypt — $ 6367, at 113 — Georgia — $ 5057, 127 — India — $ 3290; 181 on the spot — Zimbabwe — $ 395 (which is 40 times less than in Russia). Average GDP PPP per capita in the world was $ 10725.Za the last 11 years, the Chinese indices rose by approximately 100% Indian — 260, Brazil — more than 300. Russian RTS index rose from 179 in 2087 to Thu Fri — more than 1,000%.

The real income between 2000 and 2011 the real income of Russians (ie income less accumulated over 10 years of inflation — 275%) increased by 2.6 times salary — 3 times, pensions — by 3.5 times.

Unemployment in 2000 was 12.4%, and in 2010 fell to 7.2%. For comparison: In 2010, the U.S. unemployment rate was equal to 9.5% and in Lithuania — 16.0%, in Latvia — 19.1%, in Spain — 20.0%, in Egypt — 23% (according to unofficial data); Libya — 30% in Zimbabwe — 95%.

The average pension in 1999 was equal to 449 rubles. (Or $ 18). In February 2011, the average pension (excluding regional benefits and bonuses) in Russia was already 8265 rubles. (Or $ 285), that is increased from 1999 to 18.4 times. For comparison: the average pension in Bulgaria is $ 170, $ 235 in Romania, Lithuania $ 300, $ 315 in Latvia.

The average salary in 1999 was 1,522 rubles. (Or $ 62). In 2010 the average wage was 22,600 rubles already (about $ 755) and was 14.8 times higher than in 1999. For reference, the average wage in Ukraine in 2010 was $ 340, $ 400 in Bulgaria, Romania $ 430, $ 490 in Belarus, Lithuania $ 815, $ 880 in Latvia, Poland about $ 1080 … Egypt $ 130.

Inflation in 1999 was equal to 36.5%. Inflation in 2010 was 8.8%. For comparison: in 2010 India's inflation was 9.5% in Argentina, 22% in Venezuela, 29.8%, 12.8% in Egypt.

Foreign direct investments (ie investments excluding loans and portfolio investment)
Only in 2010 year FDI into the Russian economy amounted to $ 13.81 billion (and only in 2010 in the Russian economy received $ 114.7 billion of foreign investment, which is 40.1% more than in 2009). That's more than the entire amount of FDI in Russia for all the years from 1988 to 1999 (the beginning of 2000, the entire cluster of FDI in Russia were equal $ 12.8 billion.). For comparison: FDI in China's economy in 2010 amounted to $ 105.7 billion. Or $ 79 per capita, compared to $ 98 for every Russian soul.

Living conditions in 1999, all of the housing fund of the Russian Federation amounted to 2.761 billion square meters. m or 19.1 sq.m. per person. For 10 years, by the end of 2009, the Russian housing stock grew by 15% and has equated 3,176,000,000 square meters. m or 22.4 sq.m. per person. For comparison: in 1992, all of the housing fund of the Russian Federation amounted to 2.492 billion square meters. m or 16.8 sq.m. per person.

Municipal external debt of the Russian Federation, in 1999, amounted to $ 138 billion or 78% of GDP. By January 2010 it had fallen to 3.4 times and now equals $ 40.7 billion or 2.75% of GDP. For comparison: Outside U.S. national debt is now at 343 times the external debt of the Russian Federation and is already more than $ 14 trillion, or nearly 100% of U.S. GDP! A External national debt of Egypt is almost equal to the Egyptian gold reserves — $ 30.6 billion.

Gold and foreign currency reserves. At the end of February 2011, the gold reserves of the Russian Federation amounted to $ 487 billion (3rd place in the world), which is 38.6 times higher than in 1999 (when it was $ 12.6 billion). For comparison: in 5th place was Brazil — $ 290.9 billion, India is in 6th place — $ 284.1 billion, in Egypt there was $ 35.7 billion. Our homeland to this day, has approximately the same as the gold reserves of the entire EU! The ECB is currently 367.4 billion euro foreign exchange reserves (or about $ 500 billion).

Statistics of Putin's rule - just the facts

— If no oil and gas?

Statistics of Putin's rule - just the facts

Bane:

The population in 1999 amounted to 146.3 million people. By 2011, the population of Russia fell by 3.0% to 141.9 million people. For comparison: during this time, the population of Ukraine decreased by 7.4%, Latvia 5.3% (and over the past 20 years, 16%), Bulgaria 3.4%, German (c 2002) on almost 2%.

In 2010, thousands of people have died in 2031 (14.3 per 1,000 inhabitants). It's almost 9% lower than died in 2000 (2225.3 thousand persons or 15.3 deaths per 1000 inhabitants). In this case, if it were not for the two-month extreme heat of the summer of 2010, which killed ADDITION, according to some estimates at least as many lives as claimed terrible (but at least three times as long) hot in 2003 in Western Europe (then died at 44 thousand people more than usual wafted at this time in previous years), for the first time in years, the death rate would have dropped to below 14 deaths per 1,000 inhabitants. For comparison: the mortality rate in South Africa at the moment is 17 deaths per 1,000 inhabitants, the Ukraine — 15.5, Bulgaria and Estonia just like us — 14.3, in
Latvia — 13.6, in Hungary and Monaco — 13, in Lithuania — 12.3, in Germany and the Czech Republic — 10.8. A lower mortality rate was recorded in the rich Arab countries with inflated a little bit of youth: in Kuwait — 2.37, in the United Arab Emirates — 2.13.

The infant mortality rate in 2010 compared to 2000 decreased by more than double — 7.5 deaths per 1,000 babies born in 2010 compared to 15.3 deaths in 2000. For comparison: the infant mortality rate in the U.S. at the moment is 6.26 deaths per 1,000 babies born in Lithuania — 8.5, in Latvia — 10.4, Bulgaria — 11.8; Ukraine — 12.8, in Mexico — 18.42; China — 23.0, in Brazil — 23.6, in Armenia — 28.9, in Egypt — 29.3 in Azerbaijan — 72.3; in Afghanistan — 157, and the world average is 44.13.

The death toll from road accidents from 2003 to 2010, despite the huge increase in traffic, the number of road deaths fell to 1.79 times — from 35,602 deaths in 2003 to 19,881 deaths in 2010.

The death rate from homicide since 2002, when it was recorded the highest number of people killed — 44252 (version 30.2 per 100 thousand inhabitants), by 2010 the number of deaths decreased by 2.4 times — up to 18,660 cases (13.2 killed per 100 thousand inhabitants). For comparison: now the death rate from homicide even smaller than it was in 1990 (21145 version 14.1 or killed per 100 thousand inhabitants). According to data for 2004-2006, at one place in the number of murders was Colombia 61.1 murders per 100 thousand inhabitants; 4 — South Africa — 39.5, 12 — Brazil — 30.8, 30 — North Korea — 18 , 9, 68 — Kazakhstan — 11.3, 70 — Mexico — 11, 83 — Belarus — 7.53 87 — Estonia — 6.79 91 — Latvia — 6.47 92 — Ukraine — 6.35 95 — USA — 5.62 130 — England — 2.6, and a 146 — Canada 1.86; 160 — Czech Republic — 1.33, at 179 — Germany — 0.88; on 195 — Luxembourg — 0.40, and the average statistics of the world — 9.61 homicides per 100 thousand inhabitants.

The death rate from suicide in 1999 was recorded 57,276 cases of suicides (39 men. 100 thousand inhabitants), and in 2010, 33,308 cases (23.5 people. 100 thousand inhabitants). That is, the death rate from suicide decreased by 1.65 times. For comparison: in the RSFSR, the death rate from suicide was even higher — in 1987 (more fitting was only in 1986), it was noted 35,700 cases of suicide (24.1 people. 100 thousand inhabitants). According to the level of mortality from suicide Our homeland is now approximately at the same level with Switzerland, Belgium, France, Austria, Croatia, Japan, and of New Zealand.

The death rate from accidental alcohol poisoning in 2003, 45,045 cases were reported, and in 2010 3.13 times in the (!) less — 14381 embodiment. Background: Since 1994 the death rate from alcohol poisoning in Russia decreased by 3.9 times!

Life:

The natural increase of the population in 2010 for 10 years of the natural decline in population has decreased four times and totaled 241.4 thousand people against 958.3 thousand in 2000. Again, if it were not for the additional number of deaths from the heat of summer, the natural decline in population would have fallen down to a low level since 1992 (when the natural loss was equal to 207 thousand people). If this trend will continue and further, most later by the 2014 born in our country will be more than the victims. Taking into account the receiving Russian citizenship of migrants for the past two years, the population of the Russian Federation is not reduced.

Emigration from Russia in 1999 amounted to 214 thousand people, and in 2010 — about 40 million people (apparently, this year the number will grow emigrating a few) … For comparison: a year of leaving the United States for permanent residence in other countries of the order of 250 thousand people, and, for example, the flow of emigration from Germany in 2008 exceeded 700 thousand people!
The general state of the economy and standard of living.

The birth rate in 2010 was born 1789.6 thousand (12.6 babies per 1,000 inhabitants), or 41% more than were born in 2000 (1266.8 thousand people, or 8.7 people. On 1000 people. population) For comparison: in Germany level the birth rate is 8.2 babies per 1,000 inhabitants, in the Land of the Rising Sun — 8.0, in Bulgaria — 9.58, in Ukraine — 11.1, in France, Australia and Armenia are the same as ours — 12.4 — 12.6, in the United States — 13.8.

The average expected life span in 2000 at an average of the total population was 65 years. The guys — 59 years, 72.26 years in women. By 2011, the average life expectancy in the general population has increased by 3.5 years — up to 68.98 years and have gained almost the highest in Russian history (69.19 years in 1990), and the men began to live for exactly 4 years longer and now Wed . expected length of life of boys is 63.03 (for comparison in 1990 the figure was equal 63.73 years), cf. the expected life span of Russian women increased by 2.5 years — up to 74,87 years old and has already exceeded the highest figure in Russian history (74.3 in 1990)! For comparison: the average duration of life expectancy in Ukraine in 2010 was 68.46 years, 68.19 years in Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, 67.01 years, 66.46 years in India, Zimbabwe 43.5 years, while the average in the world in 2009 was 66.12 years.

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