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Ulan-Ude

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The subsistence minimum in Yakutia in the second quarter increased by 3,8%

The subsistence minimum in Yakutia per capita increased by 3,8% compared with the previous quarter. In the second quarter, there was a rise in food prices. This was reported by the press service of the Administration of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), citing statistics.

In the republic as a whole, the subsistence minimum per capita was 12 rubles, for the working-age population - 773 rubles, for pensioners - 13 rubles and for children - 561 rubles.

According to the report, the greatest price increase is observed for cabbage (almost 19,5%), onions (11,8%), potatoes (almost 11%). The cost of the minimum set of food products increased by 3,5% and amounted to 5 710 rubles. The cost of non-food items increased by 3,7% and amounted to 2 832 ruble. The cost of paid services to the population increased by 4,2% and amounted to 3 405 rubles.

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