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Sakhalin on the highest rate of industrial output growth

Of Russia's total 88 regions, 15 saw a decline of industrial output in January-September, according to the data of the Federal State Statistics Service obtained by Prime-Tass Tuesday.

The highest rate of industrial output growth, over 120%, was registered in the Primorsky, Kaliningrad, Sakhalin, Leningrad and Moscow regions, in Moscow and in the Aginsk-Buryat Autonomous District, the statistics service said.

Retail trade grew in almost all Russian regions in January-September, except for the constituent republics of Ingushetia and Chechnya and the Koryak Autonomous District, the statistics service said.

The highest growth of construction works was in the constituent republics of Tuva, Altai, Karachayevo-Cherkessia, the Ivanovo, Kostroma, Arkhangelsk, Leningrad, Vologda and Ulyanovsk regions and in the Ust-Orda Buryat and Aginsk-Buryat autonomous districts, the statistics service said.

The highest growth of capital expenditures, over 150%, was registered in the constituent republics of Tuva and Khakasia, in the Arkhangelsk, Tomsk, Sakhalin regions, and in the Aginsk-Buryat, Nenets and Koryak autonomous districts, the statistics service said. However, 19 regions saw a decrease in capital expenditures, the statistics service said, without specifying the regions.

Inflation exceeded 8.5% in eight regions in January-September, the statistics service said. The highest rate of consumer price inflation was registered in the constituent republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and the highest rate of producer price inflation was in the Krasnoyarsk Region in the period, the statistics service said.

Russia's industrial output was up 4.2% on the year in January-September, while consumer price inflation was at 7.2%, according to earlier reports.

© Prime-Tass

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