• Tax revenues to the consolidated budget of Russia has increased by 20 percent

  • For the first four months of 2017, tax revenues into the consolidated budget of Russia increased by one trillion rubles, or 20 percent. This was announced by head of the FTS Mikhail Mishustin, reports Rambler News Service.

    "From January to April, the FTS of Russia demonstrated high growth of revenue in the budget. In the consolidated budget of the country received 5.7 trillion rubles, which is 20 percent, or one trillion rubles more than in the same period of 2016. The Federal budget received 3.1 trillion roubles — an increase of 39 percent," he explained.

    15 may the Treasury of Russia has reported that the Federal budget deficit from January to April amounted to 516 billion rubles. Budget revenues for this period reached 4,762 trillion rubles, expenses — 5,278 trillion.

    The Federal budget of Russia in 2017-generated forecast a deficit of 3.2 percent of GDP (2,753 trillion rubles), with an average price of $ 40 per barrel. It is expected that the revenues will amount to 13,488 trillion rubles, expenses — 16,241 trillion.


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