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The cost of living has been increased in Primorye

In the first quarter of 2014, the subsistence minimum for the able-bodied population and children in Primorye was increased by 3,6%.

According to the Department of Labor and Social Development of the Primorsky Territory, the subsistence minimum for pensioners has increased by 3,7%.

On average, the per capita subsistence minimum in the region is 9 993 rubles. For pensioners, it has been increased to 8008 rubles, and for the able-bodied population - to 10 530 rubles.

The cost of living for children remains the highest in Primorye. It is set at 10647 rubles. “This is especially important when calculating demographic benefits. For example, now large families receiving benefits on the occasion of the birth of a baby will receive 10647 rubles a month. The regional budget has provided almost 500 million rubles for this measure of social support for families with children, ”she said.

As the director of the department, Lilia Lavrentieva, explained, data on the subsistence minimum for socio-demographic groups are necessary for the implementation of social programs, the appointment of social support measures.

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