In Transnistria there is a deflation in the consumer sector. In other words, the cost is not increasing, but decreasing.
Financial situation in the Transnistrian Moldovan Republic (PMR), in spite of all the monitoring that was much better than in surrounding States. "In the face of declining exports, the contraction of the money supply by the Central Bank of the TMR resulted in deflation. The Transnistrian ruble can now be purchased more than before the crisis," explained the President of Fund "the Real policy" Vladimir prokhvatilova.
So, for example, eggs have fallen in price on 32,47%, sugar - by 17,77%, cheese - on 15,81%, milk and dairy products - 17,19%, meat products - of 10.09%, canned vegetables - 9,21%, pasta and cereals - on 2,52%, according to business magazine "Expert". For comparison, the composite index of consumer prices (economic stagnation) in January-June 2015 in Moldova 105.7%, in Ukraine - 140,7%, in Russia - 108,5%.
At that moment in Transnistria, the level of stagnation of the economy in the first quarter of this year reached its lowest level of 0.5%. Due to this the price of the so-called borsch set (goods, you need to make borscht, potatoes, cabbage, carrots, onions and beets) in the Republic was the lowest in the region - about 17 Transnistrian rubles (at the rate of 11 rubles per dollar of the United States). For example, in nearby Moldova the price of food basket exceeded the subsistence minimum.
The success of PMR was made possible thanks to the policy of the President, who managed to keep the Transnistrian ruble, despite pressure devalued hryvnia Moldovan LEU and Russian ruble. Temporary withholding of pensions by 30% course helped Transnistrian ruble to remain stable and led to deflation in the consumer sector.
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