Valentin St. George
The growth rate of industrial production in the Omsk region is considerably higher than the dynamics of this indicator in the Russian Federation and the Siberian Federal District.
Over the past four years Omsk region consistently demonstrates a positive trend in all industries, which generally has a positive effect on the socio-economic situation in the region. Improved financial condition of the population, increased the overall performance level of life, accelerated dynamics of retail trade.
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Since the beginning of this year, the turnover of retail trade in the region has increased over the same period last year by 15.7% and exceeded 143 billion rubles. Last year, the speaker was much more modest — 2.8%.
On average, the Russian retail sales growth in the current year is stable at 1.5-2 times lower than in the Omsk region. In May 2011, the area is on the first place in the ranking in terms of growth in retail turnover in the Siberian Federal District (SFD). Catering turnover in January — August 2011 amounted to 4.6 billion rubles, which is more than in 2010 by 5%.
As a result — an increase in profits and tax payments to the regional budget. Monthly Regional Economy Ministry is monitoring the situation with tax payments and salary in the 115 largest organizations in the region. In the first eight months of 2011, these companies paid 2.1 billion rubles (plus 38.3% or 581.8 million rubles in the same period of 2010).
According to the results of monitoring experts have noted an increase in tax revenues from such enterprises as "Ribbon", IKEA MOS "TD" Shkurenko "", "Polycarbon", "Omsk-Lada", "Sibur — Russian Tyres", "Omsktehopttorg" " AVA Company "," Omsk medicine "," Omskenergosbyt "Freight companies and others explain the increase in the amount of taxes paid in that period of crisis for products formed pent-up demand. During the crisis, consumers spend less and save more. Now people are moving away from the crisis sentiment, rising real incomes, and as a result — changing consumption patterns.
According to the Office of the Federal Tax Service of the Omsk region in the first half of 2011, companies working in the field of trade and public catering, paid 2.7 billion rubles in taxes (it is 11.7% of the total tax revenue to the regional budget), that is, 19.3% more than the same period last year. Omsk Hotels and restaurants "grown" in taxes is 14.2%. The numbers are big enough when compared with the growth of taxes on companies in all sectors of economic activity as a whole in the Omsk region — 17.2%.
"Issues of taxes and salaries topical — said Deputy Minister of Economy of the Omsk region Tatiana Spiridonov. — In the budget message the Governor Leonid Polezhaev set objectives for 2012: to increase labor costs by at least 12 percent. All organizations need to perform this task. Regional Ministry of Economy Experts predict the total collection of taxes from enterprises in the industry for this year at 6.4 billion rubles. "
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However, positive trends are not unique to the retail trade. Show a positive trend, and industry, and social services. According to statistics, the index of industrial production for the first nine months of the year was 108% compared to the same period of 2010. The volume of investment in fixed assets, aimed at the development of the economy, according to preliminary data for the first nine months of the year is 48.4 billion rubles, which is 10% higher than the previous year. Most of the investments are in manufacturing, production and distribution of electricity, gas and water, construction, agriculture, forestry, hunting. Early trend to stabilize and improve the financial performance of companies has become more pronounced. Share of profitable enterprises had grown to nearly 70%.
Effective support for the construction industry at the expense of state and federal programs allow the area to hold the first place in the ranking of housing affordability among megacities. With the current price of a square meter of 35.7 thousand and the average earnings of 18.7 million rubles Omsk, families can save up to buy an apartment for six years. The ranking was compiled by Alliance De Luxe based on data for 2011 on thirteen Russian cities.
Since the beginning of the year in the region introduced more than 530 thousand square meters of housing — compared with nine months of last year, growth has exceeded 32%. According to Tatyana Spiridonov, a significant increase is attributed to the increase in the availability of mortgage loans from banks easing credit conditions and ongoing implementation of measures of mortgage lending at the regional level, amid rising incomes of the population. For the first six months, the region has registered more than 3 million mortgage transactions in the amount of 3.7 billion rubles, while in the first six months of last year, the number of transactions was almost two times less. Increased and the sheer size of the loan with 900 thousand to 1.2 million. The weighted average interest rate on mortgage loans in the Omsk region remains one of the lowest in the Siberian Federal District, and in the first half of the year it amounted to 12.2%.
Positive developments in the construction industry are confirmed by the high ratings of the Ministry of Regional Development of Russia, conducted among Russian regions. So, in terms of "new housing per capita" and "the growth rate of the volume of construction work" area since the beginning of this year, is consistently in the leading group, significantly more than the national average.
In general, based on the analysis of the dynamics of production and financial indicators suggest the strengthening of the ascending process of the economy and the social sphere. Virtually all segments of increasing production, improving financial results compared to the previous year. In a dynamic economy increased employment and self-employment of the population. The registered unemployment
rate of the lowest among the regions of the Siberian Federal District. As of October 1, 2011 it dropped to 1.1% of the economically active population, which is below the average level of unemployment in Russia.