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Sakhalin economy grew by 6% over 11 months of this year - EastRussia | Far East






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Sakhalin economy grew by 6% over 11 months of the current year

As the press service of the Government of the Sakhalin region informs, in the region, according to the results of 11 months of the year 2016, the indicators of social and economic development are improving.

Thus, the growth of the gross regional product is 6% compared to the same period of 2015 of the year (up to the level of 726,1 billion rubles); industrial production growth is 6,9% (up to the level of 594,8 billion rubles). The growth was primarily due to increased energy production — oil (by 7,7%, to 16,8 million tons), gas (by 2,3% to 26,6 billion cubic meters) and coal (by 50%, to 6,8 million tons).

Growth was noted in fisheries. The catch of fish and seafood amounted to 717,1 thousand tons, an increase of 6,3%. 464,2 processed thousands of tons, which is 1,2% more than in the same period last year.

Also in the reporting period, the Sakhalin Oblast saw an increase in the production of heat and electricity, motor gasoline, fuel oil, timber, non-metallic building materials, meat and offal, canned fish, whole milk products, sausages, mineral water.

Agricultural output for 11 months amounted to 9,9 billion rubles (an increase of 12,6%). Meat production (20%), eggs (6,7%) grew most actively. 9,9% increased the number of cattle. At 16,9%, the harvest of open and closed vegetables has increased.

Interestingly, in the region there is also an increase in the turnover of public catering. It is less significant, is 2,3%. At the same time, the average monthly wage per employee was estimated at 65,1 thousand rubles (an increase of 8,9 percent).