Or 60% of the total annual.
An essentially curious report was published on the website of the Ministry of Finance, according to which one can to some extent assess how everything that happened last year affected the federal budget of the Russian Federation in the coming year. And it was reflected very sadly: as follows from the official documentation, in January the federal budget was executed with a deficit of 1.76 trillion rubles, or 60% of the total deficit planned for 2023.
The volume of federal budget revenues in January 2023 amounted to 1.356 trillion rubles, having decreased by 35% compared to January 2022; at the same time, oil and gas revenues decreased by 46%, and non-oil and gas (all others) – by 28%. Federal budget expenditures last month amounted to 3.117 trillion rubles, an increase of 59% compared to January 2022.
According to the Ministry of Finance, the acceleration of financing of expenses is associated with “the prompt conclusion of contracts and advance financing for certain contracted expenses,” whatever that means. In general, in the economic block, governments are very fond of using terms whose meaning is very blurred in the minds of people who have not defended doctoral dissertations in the field of economics.
3070 Gigabyte Gaming for 50 tr from the beginning
MSI 3050 for 25 tr in Citylink
3080 cheaper than 70 tr – prices went down again
3070 Gainward Phantom cheaper than 50 tr
13700K deševle 40 tr v Regarde
16 types 4070 If in Citylink – all up to 100 tr
3060 Gigabyte Gaming for 30 tr from the beginning
13600K deševle 30 tr v Regarde
4080 for almost 100tr – cheaper than at the rate of 60
12900K for 40tr starting in Citylink
RTX 4090 for 140 tr in Regarde
Computers from 10 tr in Citylink
3060 Ti Gigabyte for 42 tr in Regard
3070 is cheaper than 50 tr in Citylink
Federal budget expenditures in 2023 are planned in the amount of 29.056 trillion rubles, and revenues – 26.13 trillion rubles, with a deficit of 2.925 trillion rubles. How far these plans will be realized, given that the budget was drawn up with the expectation of the cost of Urals oil in the amount of $70 per barrel, which is unlikely to be relevant in the foreseeable future, only time will tell. One thing is known for sure: the Ministry of Finance is going to switch to “alternative price indicators for taxation purposes,” since Urals oil price quotations, as a result of the well-known actions of Western countries, have ceased to reflect reality (be representative).
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