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The debt burden of Russians increased to 35% of income

The debt burden of Russians increased to 35% of income
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In Russia, the level of debt burden of residents has grown since the beginning of the year from 27% to 35%. Such calculations were carried out by the ONF,

As they write "News", Now citizens spend more than a third of their income to pay off debts. These findings are published in the "Map of Credit Activity" from the Popular Front. The largest growth was shown in the first half of the year. Debt load immediately added 13,6%.

The experts estimated the volume of debts at 22,64 trillion rubles. Tyva (50%) and Kalmykia (78%) turned out to be the most heavily credited, where more than 64% of income is spent on paying debts. Less than 10% were found among residents of Crimea (5%) and Sevastopol (6%).

 At the same time, the share of “bad” debts decreased by 0,3 percentage points. and amounted to 4,2%.

 

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