Nominal money incomes of Uzbekistan grows by 31% in Jan-Sep
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) --
Nominal money incomes of population of Uzbekistan increased by 31%, while money expenditures and savings rose by 31.6% in January-August 2010, the State Statistics Committee of Uzbekistan said in its report.
The committee said that 42% of money incomes of population made up wages and other incomes from enterprises and 41.6% - entrepreneurial incomes, including sale of agricultural products and other incomes. Social transfers’ share in money incomes of population comprised 16.4%.
The main part of nominal money incomes of population was used for purchase of consumer goods and payment for services – 75.3%. In comparison with January-August 2009 consumer expenditures increased by 28.5%.
Compulsory payments and contributions made up 8.3% of money incomes. Accumulation of savings in deposits, securities, including purchase of currency and other expenditures made up 14.4% of money incomes of population.