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New Year's table has risen in price in Russia

New Year's table has risen in price in Russia
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Rosstat experts found out the cost of the New Year's table in different regions of Russia. It turned out that over the year it went up by 2,74%. Most of all, cheeses and tangerines jumped in price.

As the "Russian newspaper" citing the results of the study, the residents of Chukotka will cost the most a festive feast, they will have to spend an average of 9528,58 rubles. The cheapest way to assemble a New Year's table is in Ingushetia - you need only 3,5 thousand rubles.

With regard to food, according to experts, the highest rise in price was for cheese - by 11,17%, butter - by 10,36 and oranges - by 10,87%. Red caviar fell in price - by 4,97% and fresh cucumbers - by 8,96%.

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