Ten Telling Statistics about the Petersburg Economy
November 3, 2015
According to city hall’s forecasts, the city’s gross regional product will grow this much by the end of 2016.
50,600,000,000 rubles [approx. 71 million euros]
Petersburg’s budget deficit in 2016.
Decrease in Petersburg’s industrial production index year to date.
Decrease in production at Petersburg’s automotive production cluster year to date.
According to forecasts, Petersburg’s inflation rate as of January.
Decrease in the average monthly wage in Petersburg year to date.
42,656 rubles [approx. 600 euros]
Current monthly average wage in Petersburg.
28,700,000,000 rubles [approx. 40 million euros]
Amount banks lent to Petersburg residents in the third quarter of 2015.
Increase in the amount of utilities tariffs in Petersburg, according to the “index of changes in the average amounts to be paid by citizens for municipal services in various parts of the Russian Federation in 2016.”
Increase in electricity costs for individual consumers in Petersburg in 2016.