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Primorye and Yakutia in the 2019 year waiting for the most likely growth in real wages - EastRussia | Far East

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Primorye and Yakutia in the 2019 year waiting for the most likely growth in real wages

Financial University under the Government of Russia carried out another measurement of consumer sentiment of the population and updated economic forecasts for the coming year. According to the study, the most probable increase in real wages in 2019 will be from 4 to 6%, in the optimistic version to 9%. Primorye and Yakutia were among the leading regions in this indicator.

The rating included regions in which the population is over 500 thousand people. Primorsky Krai took the fifth line, and Yakutia - the tenth. On the line below is the Amur region, 16 place in Transbaikalia, Khabarovsk region was only at the 40 place ranking.

According to Alexei Zubets, vice rector of the Financial University under the Russian government, consumer inflation tends to increase, but in the medium term, it will be restrained by a rather low consumer activity of the population. Because of this, inflation will remain under control in 2019 and, very likely, will not exceed the level in 4%.

Researchers expect continued growth in oil prices, an increase in which in 2019 could be up to 30% to the level of 2018, or even more. At the same time, the main factors determining the rise in prices are not geopolitical conflicts, but the dynamics of the world economy.