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Sakhalin, Chukotka and the Jewish Autonomous Region are named among the leaders of production growth in Russia in the first half of the year - report of the Ministry of Regional Development
The Ministry of Regional Development of the Russian Federation presented a report on the socio-economic situation of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation in the first half of 2014. It is reported by the press service of the Ministry of Regional Development.
According to the ministry, over this period, industrial production increased by 1,5%, while its decline at the beginning of the year was replaced by growth. An increase in production volumes was noted in 56 regions, in which 72% of the gross value added of industry is concentrated. “The leaders of production growth were the republics of Adygea, Dagestan, Mordovia, Sakhalin Oblast, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug and the Jewish Autonomous Oblast, where the growth was more than 15%,” the ministry said.
The volume of agricultural production of all agricultural producers in current prices, according to preliminary estimates, in the first half of 2014 amounted to 1,1 trillion. rubles, an increase in comparison with last year by 1,4%. Compared to the same period in 2013, the sale of grain by agricultural organizations increased (by 62,1%), livestock and poultry (in live weight) (by 8,1%), milk (by 1,7%). "The greatest growth (over 10%) in agricultural production was noted in the republics of Buryatia and Mari El, Bryansk, Kursk, Pskov, Tambov regions and the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug," the Ministry of Regional Development notes.
In the first half of 2014, the total revenue of the consolidated budgets of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation grew by 8,5% and amounted to 4 trillion rubles. Growth is noted in 72 regions. According to the Ministry of Regional Development, “the largest growth was recorded in the Chukotka Autonomous Region (in 2,2 times) and the Sakhalin Region (in 1,9 times)”.