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Production in the EAO increased by 18,2%

The preliminary results of the socio-economic development of the Jewish Autonomous Region for nine months of the year were presented on Tuesday at a meeting of the regional government and considered. According to the press service of the regional administration, the composite index of industrial production in the region amounted to 118,2% against the same period last year (in comparable prices). In the extraction of minerals, the index was 106,1%, in manufacturing - 120,1%, in the production and distribution of electricity, gas and water - 116,9%. The volume of production of products of the agro-industrial complex amounted to about 1,8 billion rubles, or more than 115% over the same period in 2013.

From January to September, the volume of investments in fixed assets amounted to 6,8 billion rubles, which corresponds to 98% for the same period of 2013. The volume of works performed in the construction amounted to 4,8 billion rubles, or 83%. The decrease in indicators is due to the reduction of investment programs and lower than expected investment in the construction of ore mining and processing enterprises, as well as a decrease in government spending on transport infrastructure under federal targeted programs. Housing commissioning increased during this period by 56,7% and amounted to 62,5 thousand square meters. m.

The average per capita monetary income of the population per inhabitant of the region was 19 564 rubles, an increase of 5,5% compared to the same period last year. At the same time, real disposable money income decreased by 0,9%. The average monthly salary was in the amount of 28 491 rubles, an increase of 8,9%. The composite consumer price index in September 2014 grew by 5,5% against December 2013, food products went up by 7,4%, non-food products by 3,5%, the cost of paid services to the population increased by 6,5%.

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