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The Number of Russians Threatened by Bankruptcy has Increased
21.02.2018 15:31
The Number of Russians Threatened by Bankruptcy has Increased

The number of Russians threatened by bankruptcy has increased by 24 thousand people (5.8%), up to 435 thousand people. This is stated in the research by the “Equifax” credit bureau.

      The growth in the number of borrowers at risk has been recorded in 51 Russian regions, a decline was recorded only in nine regions. The leading regions in terms of the number of potential bankrupts are Moscow, Moscow Oblast and Tyumen Oblast. The top ten also includes Sverdlovsk Oblast and Magadan Oblast, the Chukotka Autonomous District, St. Petersburg, the Republic of Kalmykia, Murmansk Oblast and Leningrad Oblast. The risk group involves Russians whose debt exceeds 500 thousand roubles, at least on one loan, and who have effected no payments for at least 90 days.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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