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In April, the growth rate of real wages of Russians fell to 1,6%
Rosstat published data according to which growth in real wages of Russians (adjusted for inflation) in April 2019 slowed down to 1,6% in annual terms. In March, the same figure was 2,3%. For the period from January to April of the current year, the salary of Russians increased by 1,4%.
According to the study, the average nominal wage in Russia in April was 47 020 rubles, which is 6,9% more compared to the same period last year. Over 4 of the current year, nominal wages increased by 6,6% and reached the level of 44 710 rubles.
Earlier, the head of Rosstat, Pavel Malkov, stated that since April 2019, his department is switching to a new methodology for calculating real disposable incomes of the population.