Real incomes of Russians in January-November increased by 4%

 

 Real disposable income of the population of Russia increased in November by 6.7% yoy in October — by 3.5% in September — up 4.4% in August, up 8%, according to the Federal State Statistics Service (Rosstat) .

In general, in January — November Russians’ incomes in real terms increased by 4%. In 2011, real disposable income grew by 0.4% in annual terms in 2010 — by 5.1%.

In nominal terms, the average income in November amounted to 24,221 rubles., Which is 13.7% more than in 2011

The average nominal monthly wage in November was 27,607 rubles., Which is 14.2% higher than in 2011

Real wages, adjusted for inflation increased at an annual rate of 7.3%

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