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EastRussia Bulletin: consumer prices have risen in all regions of the Far Eastern Federal District

EastRussia Bulletin: consumer prices have risen in all regions of the Far Eastern Federal District
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According to the Russian State Statistics Service for January-March 2021, the growth in consumer prices for goods and services in March is demonstrated by all regions of the Far East, according to the current issue of the EastRussia bulletin.

The indicators in the Irkutsk region (102,1%) and the Trans-Baikal Territory (102,6%) remain above the national average (102,4%). At the same time, if in February in most regions the growth did not exceed 1,5%, then in March the situation changed - prices rose by 1,5% or more in six Far Eastern regions and in the Irkutsk region.

Consumer price index for goods and services, March 2021, in% to December 2020. 

Region

Index

Russian Federation

102,1

Siberian Federal District

102,2

Irkutsk Region

102,6

Far Eastern Federal District

101,5

Trans-Baikal Territory

102,4

Kamchatka

101,9

The Republic of Buryatia

101,7

Primorsky Krai

101,6

Jewish Authors. region

101,6

Magadan region

101,6

Khabarovsk Krai

101,3

The Chukchi Autobus. County

101,3

The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)

101,2

Sakhalin Region

100,8

Amur Region

100,8



At the same time, Yakutia, Buryatia, Magadan Oblast and Trans-Baikal Territory demonstrated an increase in industrial production. The highest growth is noted in Yakutia and Buryatia - 12,2% and 6,2%, respectively. So, in Yakutia, mining played a significant role, where production growth was 13,5%. In particular, coal production in the republic increased by 16,9%, oil and natural gas production by 9,2%, and metal ore mining by 0,6%. On the contrary, in Buryatia, production in the manufacturing industries increased by 30%. In particular, the largest industrial enterprise in the region - Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant (U-UAZ) in the spring handed over to the customer two Mi-8AMT helicopters under the contract between the Russian Helicopters (Rostec) holding, Gazprombank Leasing LLC and Norilsk Airlines Air ". The largest decline in industrial production was recorded in the Sakhalin Oblast - by 13,5%. This, in particular, was influenced by the decline in mining (by 13,9%), mainly due to the reduction in oil production.

Industrial production index, January-March 2021, in% over the corresponding period of the previous year. 

Region

Index

Russian Federation

98,7

Siberian Federal District

97,2

Irkutsk Region

96,1

Far Eastern Federal District

96,9

The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)

112,2

The Republic of Buryatia

106,2

Magadan region

101,3

Trans-Baikal Territory

100,5

Jewish Authors. region

98,8

The Chukchi Autobus. County

98,6

Primorsky Krai

95,5

Khabarovsk Krai

95,0

Amur Region

94,3

Kamchatka

93,3

Sakhalin Region

86,5


As for the volume of work performed in the “Construction” type of activity in January-March, the Amur Region still remains the leader in the Far Eastern Federal District, in addition, significant growth is noted in the Irkutsk Region. In the Amur region, infrastructure is being built for the Vostochny cosmodrome (in the city of Tsiolkovsky), the enterprise of the gas chemical cluster - the Amur gas processing plant (today the degree of readiness is 75,1%). In the Irkutsk region, the indicators are influenced by the construction of industrial infrastructure in the north of the region (the gas project of the INK) and the construction of housing and infrastructure in areas affected by floods. Also, positive dynamics in the volume of construction work in the Far East is noted in the Jewish Autonomous Region, Khabarovsk Territory, Magadan Region and Buryatia. The indicators in the construction industry of Yakutia have decreased by more than 50%.

The volume of work performed by the type of activity "Construction", January-March 2021, in% of the corresponding period of the previous year. 

Region

Index

Russian Federation

100,2

Siberian Federal District

114,7

Irkutsk Region

331,6

Far Eastern Federal District

107,2

Amur Region

225,1

Jewish Authors. region

131,1

Khabarovsk Krai

118,2

Magadan region

111,8

The Republic of Buryatia

110,9

Sakhalin Region

97,2

Trans-Baikal Territory

94,1

Primorsky Krai

92,9

The Chukchi Autobus. County

64,9

Kamchatka

52,5

The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)

47,6


Detailed information and analytics on this and other relevant topics can be found in EastRussia Weekly Newsletter.

 

 

 

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