Legal entities owe Yekaterinburg budget 1bn RUR

23 May 2007 (13:26)

Yekaterinburg municipal duma deputies approved of the city’s budgetary report for 2006 on May 22, 2007. As it happens, the revenues amounted to 15 billion RUR, which is 8.8% better than the annual target figures. About 4 billion RUR were donated by the regional and federal budgets as well, duma’s press officer reports.

Local legal entities still have to transfer 1 billion RUR to Yekaterinburg’s budget; then, the budgetary expenses came to approximately 13.4 billion RUR, which falls short of the annual target figures by 1.4%. These were occasioned by spending on education (34.5%), public services (28.4%), healthcare and sports (15%), and state expenses (6.9%).

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