- Russia's Budget Surplus in January-February 2019 Totaled 2% of GDP - Finance Ministry
Russia's Budget Surplus In January-February 2019 Totaled 2% Of GDP - Finance Ministry
Sumaira FH 5 days ago Thu 14th March 2019 | 05:59 PM
The surplus of the Russian federal budget in January-February 2019 amounted to 309.6 billion rubles ($4.6 billion) or 2 percent of GDP, according to a preliminary estimate of the country's Finance Ministry released on Thursday
Russia's budget revenues for the first two months of 2019 amounted to 2.843 trillion rubles ($43.1 billion), or 14.2 percent of the total federal budget revenues approved by the law on the budget for the current year. The expenditures were executed in the amount of 2.533 trillion rubles ($38.
The Russian Federal Tax Service transferred to the federal budget the biggest amount revenues 1.813 trillion rubles ($27.5 billion) or 14.7 percent of the forecast amount of the federal budget revenues for 2019. The Federal Customs Service transferred 860.775 billion rubles ($13 billion) or 14.5 percent of the forecast amount for the year. Other federal bodies transferred 169.093 billion rubles ($2.5 billion) or 10 percent of the year forecast.