Updated at 17:58,12-04-2021

Belarusians' real money income reported up 6.6 percent year-on-year in first two months of 2014


The real (inflation-adjusted) disposable money income of Belarus' population increased by 6.6 percent year-on-year in January-February 2014, reported the National Statistical Committee (Belstat).

The average per-capita monthly money income amounted to 3,915,300 rubels (some $395) in the first two months of the year, according to Belstat.

Salaries and wages accounted for 63.4 percent of the total amount of the population's money income; pensions, allowances and benefits for 21.6 percent; income from for-profit activities for 9.3 percent; and property and other income for 5.7 percent, Belstat said.