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The Consumer Mood of Russians has Improved
December 9, 2017 22:40


The consumer mood of Russians has improved - the average citizen will spend 17.6 thousand rubles for the celebration of the New Year. This is four percent more than a year ago, as it was stated by the newspaper Vedomosti owned by the family of Demyan Kudryavtsev, referring to a study by Deloitte.

A year ago, the average New Year's budget of a Russian sitizen was 16.9 thousand rubles - two percent more than in 2015 (16.5 thousand rubles), the study notes.

According to a partner of Deloitte Vladimir Biryukov, in general, the behavior of Russians before the New Year is getting increasingly closer to the habits of Europeans.

According to Rosstat, the cost of the traditional New Year's dish - salad Olivier this year will grow by 1.2 percent due to the rise in price of its ingredients.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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