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18 January 2022, 09:44

Real money income of Belarusians up 2% in January-November 2021

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MINSK, 18 January (BelTA) – In January-November 2021, real disposable income of Belarusian households rose by 2% year-on-year, BelTA learned from the National Statistical Committee of Belarus.

The growth rate somewhat slowed down: it was 2.9% in January-August, 2.6% in January-September and 2.2% in January-October.

All in all, salaries accounted for 65% of the total money income, revenues from doing business and other gainful activities – 7.8%, transfers to the population (pension and welfare benefits, scholarships, and other kinds) – 22.7%, property income and other kinds of revenue – 4.5%.

The real disposable money income of households is calculated as monetary income minus taxes, duties, and fees adjusted bearing in mind the index of consumer prices for goods and services.

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