Investments In Capital Assets In January–November 2013
The situation in the investment sphere remains tense despite the fact that in November 2013 growth rates of investments in capital assets entered the positive zone and amounted to 100.2% year on year after a drop in the previous three months. In January-November 2013, investments in capital assets amounted to 99.2% of the level of the respective period of 2012. Despite a low base of December 2012, on the basis of the results of 2013 annual growth rates can hardly exceed those of 2012. Reduction of volumes of building with growing rates of commissioning of housing and reduction of volumes of incomplete building may result in a sharp drop in business activities in the building and investment complex early in 2014.
Volume (Year): (2014)
Issue (Month): 1 (January)
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