Total incomes of Belarusians made up Br19.7 trillion ($6.4 billion) in January-February 2011. According to the National Statistics Committee of Belarus, this figure has increased by 36.5% against the same period last year. At the same time, consumer prices for goods and services have increased by 11.8% for the period.
Real money incomes of Belarusians, adjusted for the changes in consumer prices for goods and services, increased by 22.1% for the first two months of 2011. Real disposable incomes (after taxes, fees and contributions, adjusted for consumer price index for goods and services) have grown by 20.8%.
According to the Ministry of Statistics, the total incomes of Belarusians comprises 64.2% of salaries, 11.8% — income from business and other income-generating activities, 21.4% — transfers to the population, 2.6% — income from property and other income.
Per capita income of the whole country has amounted to about Br1.1 million per month for the reporting period, having exceeded the minimum consumer budget in 2.1 times and the budget cost of living in 3.4 times.
As Telegraf previously reported, the Belarusians’ expenditure rose faster than incomes last year. Thus, household income of Minsk in real terms has increased by 3.5% in 2010 in comparison with the previous year. At the same time their expenditure increased by 3.6% for the period compared with 2009. In general, according to the General Statistics Office in Minsk, the average household income amounted to Br2.4 million a month.
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