Population nominal money incomes grow by 32.3%
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) --
Nominal money incomes of population of Uzbekistan increased by 32.3% in January-November 2010, while money expenditures and savings rose by 33.4%, the State Statistics Committee of Uzbekistan said.
The committee said that 38.6% of money incomes made up remuneration of labor and other incomes from enterprises and 46.9% - entrepreneurial incomes, including sale of agricultural products and other incomes. The social transfers made up 14.5% of money income in the reporting period.
The main part of nominal money incomes of population was used for purchase of consumer goods and payment for services – 70.7%. In comparison with January-November 2009 consumer expenditures has increased by 30.3%.
Compulsory payments and contributions made up 7.1% of money incomes. The population has used 20.2% of its money incomes for accumulation of savings in deposits, securities, as well as purchasing foreign currency, and other purposes.