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EastRussia Bulletin: Regions of the Far East have increased the volume of state debts - EastRussia | Far East

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Bulletin of EastRussia: Regions of the Far East have increased the volume of state debts

Bulletin of EastRussia: Regions of the Far East have increased the volume of state debts
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An urgent topic for the Far Eastern and Baikal regions is the growth of the national debt. In half of the regions, its volume for the month increased by 5,67 billion rubles or by 3,4% in relation to June, with 1,01% in Russia, according to the next published issue of the EastRussia bulletin. The largest increase in the percentage ratio for the Jewish Autonomous Region, followed by the Khabarovsk Territory and the Magadan Region. The Amur region and Yakutia also increased the national debt.

The growth of the state debt of the Baikal regions was ensured only by Buryatia, which became the leader in terms of growth - 8,73% (+ 835 million rubles). The state debts of the remaining six regions remained unchanged. Leaders in terms of state debt remain Yakutia (55,2 billion rubles) and the Khabarovsk Territory (46,6 billion rubles).

The government approved the maximum levels of co-financing from the federal budget of spending obligations of the constituent entities of the Federation for 2019 year and for the planned period of 2020 and 2021 for the subjects. These indicators are related to the level of subsidized regions. The largest percentage of co-financing was in Kamchatka (95%), Buryatia and Transbaikalia (94%), and the smallest - in Sakhalin (43%) and Irkutsk region (79%).

A detailed analysis of this and other relevant topics can be found in the weekly bulletin EastRussia (https://www.eastrussia.ru/subscribe/).