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48,640 People Declared Bankrupt In Russia
December 26, 2017 00:17


As a result of November, the number of Russians declared as a bankrupt has reached 48,640 people,  talking about those Russians who do not have the status of individual entrepreneur and declare themselves bankrupt as an individual. Their number continues to grow continuously, but the dynamics of growth is weak.

The leading regions in terms of the number of bankrupts have become  Moscow and Moscow region - 2892 and 2732, respectively. St. Petersburg closes the triple with 2168 people.

In the top 10 regions, the number of bankrupts also included the Republic of Bashkortostan (2002 bankrupts), Sverdlovsk Region (1636), Krasnodar Territory (1635), Novosibirsk Region (1605), Samara Region (1565), Rostov Region (1331) and Volgograd Region 1277). The least amount of bankruptcy is in the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug (3), the Chechen Republic (5), Sevastopol (7) and the Jewish Autonomous Region (20).


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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