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Salary debts rose in Russia

Salary debts rose in Russia
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The total wage arrears as of December 1, 2019 amounted to 2907,8 million rubles. Compared to November 1, it increased by 10,2% - by 269,3 million rubles.

According to the Federal State Statistics Service, more in Russia owe to workers in manufacturing - 38% and construction - 20%. The remaining salary debts fall on employees engaged in mining - 15%; agriculture, hunting and the provision of services in these areas, logging - 8%; transport - 6%.

Out of the total amount, the debts formed this year account for 1 billion rubles - 694%, last year - 58,3 million rubles - 578,3%, in 19,9 and earlier - 2017 million rubles - 635,2%.

In the Far East, the situation with wage arrears is worst in the Khabarovsk Territory. There, the total wage arrears as of December 1 is 76,4 million rubles. High indicators are also in Primorsky Krai - 58,1 million rubles and in Buryatia - 43,1 million rubles.

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