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Real money income of Belarusians up by 7.6% in Q1

Society 16.05.2018 | 09:06
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MINSK, 16 May (BelTA) – Real disposable money income of population has grown by 7.6% in Belarus in Q1 2018 over the same period in 2017, BelTA learnt from the National Statistics Committee.

Salaries and wages accounted for 64% of the total money income, earnings from entrepreneurship and other income-generating activities accounted for 7.6%, transfer payments to the population (pensions, allowances, scholarships and other transfers) accounted for 23.8%, property income and other types of income accounted for 4.6%.

Real disposable money income of people is earnings excluding taxes, dues and fees and taking into consideration the index of consumer prices for goods and services.

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