Real Economy: Trends and Factors
As compared with November 2011, in November 2012 the investments in fixed assets increased by 1.1%, and the workload in construction - by 0.3%. The industrial production growth rates made 101.9% against November 2011, growth rates in manufacturing industry being 104.0%. The dynamics of manufacturing industry development is significantly affected by the weakening of the machine-building complex growth rates. Positive dynamics of the general and registered unemployment is also worrying this November as compared with the previous month. In November 2012 the economic growth slowing down, the real income of the population increased by 6.7% and real wages - by 7.3% compared to November 2011
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 1 (January)
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