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Rosstat: the share of unprofitable organizations in Russia for six months increased to 36%

The share of unprofitable organizations in the Russian Federation in January-May 2020 increased by 3.8 pp compared to the same period last year and amounted to 36%, Rosstat reports.
According to the operational data, for the reporting period the balanced financial result (profit minus loss) of organizations (excluding small businesses, banks, government agencies, non-credit financial organizations) in current prices amounted to 3.246 trillion rubles (34.3 thousand organizations received 5.874 trillion rubles of profit , 19.3 thousand organizations had a loss of 2.628 trillion rubles). In January – May 2019, the balanced financial result (for a comparable range of organizations) amounted to 6.702 trillion rubles.
The share of unprofitable enterprises in the field of mining increased to 44.3% from 36% in the same period last year. Among the manufacturing industries, losses were received by 33.4% of organizations against 30.2% a year earlier. In construction, 31.9% of companies turned out to be unprofitable against 31.1% in the same period last year.
In the sphere of wholesale and retail trade, repair of vehicles, motorcycles, 26.7% of companies suffered losses against 25% a year ago. In agriculture and forestry, hunting, fishing and fish farming, the share of unprofitable enterprises was 22.4% versus 21.5%. Among organizations engaged in real estate transactions, 36.7% were unprofitable against 33.9%

 

Source: www.banki.ru

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