Macroeconomic indicators of national economic and social development of 2009

The rapid development, observed during the recent years in economic and social life of the country, continued in 2009, and the achievements attained in production and service spheres ensured the high speed of growth. The macroeconomic indicators, demonstrating the attained achievements, reflect the leading position of our country in the rate of development.  

As a main qualitative indicator of economic and social progress, the Gross Domestic Product production reached 34.6 billion AZM in 2009, driven by 9.3 % or 3.7 billion AZM increase compared to the previous year. During the last five years, Azerbaijan economy increased 2.6 times, or, in other terms, improved 20.8 % on average annually.

The added value increased 10.0 % in the field of output production and 9.1 % in service field. Production per capita reached 3917 AZM (4874 USD), which is 7.9 % more than the previous year.

The GDP production can be divided into following fields of economy: 50.0 % industry, 6.7 % agriculture, hunting and forestry, 7.4 % construction complex, 8.0 % trade and paid services, 6.6 % transportation, 2.0 % communication, 11.7 % other services and social fields, 7.6 % net taxes for products and import.  

The GDP production in the oil sector increased 14.3 %, while a 3.2 % increase was observed in non-oil sector.

The production in industrial fields, which played a leading role in the overall production of GDP, increased 8.6 %, compared to the year of 2008, and constituted 22.2 billion AZM. In general, 2.6 times of real growth of industry was observed in the last 5 years. Overall volume of industrial products can be divided into the following fields: mining – 16.8 billion AZM or 75.7 %; processing – 4.2 billion AZM or 18.9 %; electric power generation, natural gas and water supplies production and distribution – 1.2 billion AZM or 5.4 %.

In the mining field, with 75.7 % of the industrial production, the oil production reached a historical record level of 50.4 million tons. The population demand of all types of energy was met by domestic resources and 16.3 billion m3 of natural gas was extracted.

In the processing field, the production constituted 18.9 % of overall industrial output. In this field, the food processing increased 3.0; leather, leather-made products, and footwear products increased 5.4 %; cellulose and paper products and printing products observed 2.1 times increase.

In the field of electric power generation, natural gas and water supplies production and their distribution, which constituted 5.4 % of industrial output, the electric power generation fell, and 17.8 billion kilowatt-hours or 12.8 % less electric energy has been generated in 2009.

79.9 % of industrial output were produced in non-state sector, and increased 13.8 % since 2008.

Despite the reduction of sowing areas of some crops, the production of agricultural harvest increased 3.5 %, including the 4.0 % increase of planting crops and 2.8 % increase of livestock products.  In 2009, in the agricultural field, grain-crops, beans, and corns – 2988.3 thousand ton, including 2141.4 thousand tons of wheat, 151.2 thousand tons of corns, 983.0 thousand tons of potatoes, 1177.9 thousand tons of vegetables, 721.4 thousand tons fruits and berries, 410.8 thousand tons of melons and gourds, 30.9 thousand tons of cotton, 129.2 thousand tons of grapes, 2.6 thousand tons of tobacco, 182.3 thousand tons of sugar beets, 446.8 thousand tons of green tea leaves, 14.6 thousand tons of sunflower seeds have been sown. Compared to 2008, 490.0 thousand tons or 19.6 % more of grain-crops and beans, 463.6 thousand tons or 27.6 % more fo wheat, 8.6 thousand tons or 1.2 % more of fruits and berries, 13.3 thousand tons or 11.5 % more of grapes, 3.0 thousand tons or 0.7 % more of melons and gourds, 124.0 tons or 5.0 % more of tobacco, 123.7 tons or 38.3 % more of greean tea leaves were produced. At the same time, because of the reduction of sowing areas, 94.1 thousand tons or 8.7 % less potatoes, 50.4 thousand tons or 4.1 % less of vegetables, 24.5 thousand tons or 44.2 % less of cotton, 11.0 thousand tons or 5.7 % less of sugar beets were produced.

In the field of cattle-breeding, the numbers of livestock heads and production of livestock products have increased stably. As of first of January, number of heads of horned livestock reached 2600.4 thousand, the number of sheep and goats reached 8387.0 thousand. The specific weight of productive cows and buffalos constituted 48.4 % of the number of big horn livestock.  

In 2009, 305.1 thousand tons of meat products in live weight, 1433.1 thousand tons of milk, 1209.4 millions of eggs, 15.3 thousand tons of wool were produced. The meat production increased 0.8 %, the milk production increased 3.7 %, the egg production increased 9.8 %, and wool production increased 3.3 %.

Almost all of the agricultural products were produced in non-state sector.

In the field of construction, 7.4 billion AZM investments were used out of overall financial sources, and 5.1 billion AZM construction-installation works were carried out. 5.5 billion AZM or 74.1 % of investments were allocated to the construction of industrial production facilities, 79.9 % or 5.9 billion AZM of these were taken from the domestic investments. 60.3 % of investments directed to the fixed capital were state enterprises and companies, while 39.7 % were directed from non-state companies. 

During the year, apartment buildings with overall area of 1363.3 thousand m2, secondary schools with total capacity of 20622 students, a hospital with 605 beds, an out-patient polyclinic facility with total capacity of 1235 patients, kindergartens with capacity of hosting 90 children, a 140-seat club, Scientific-Research Eye Diseases Institute, a Tennis Academy, “Azadlyg Prospect” Metro Station, an international bus station complex, “Serhedchi” Sport Olympics Center in Baku, Olympics Sports Complexes in Hovsan and Shagan, Sharur Olympics Sports Complex, a bus station complex, “Gemiqaya” mineral waters plant, a flour-confectionary products workshop, a fruit-vegetable refrigerating plant, a greenhouse complex, an asphalt-concrete plant in Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, a treatment-diagnostic center and a bus station in Barda, Olympic Sport Complexes in Shamkir and Ismayilli, gold-copper processing plant in Gadabay, Children’s Medical Center and a brick-yard in Hajiqabul, “Shahdag” Power station and treatment-diagnostic center in Shamakhi, and etc. were constructed.    

For the construction of facilities, the building process of which started in previous years and continued in 2009, as well as those initiated in 2009, 24980 million AZM were used through the funds allocated from state budget.

Physical bodies, working in the field of transportation facilities and automobile transport, transported 189.8 million tons of cargo and 1.3 billion passengers. Compared to 2008, the cargo transportation increased 3.7 %, while 6.9 % increase was observed in passenger transportation. 10.7 % cargo was transported by railway, while 49.7 % by automobiles, 32.4 % by pipelines. 83.9 % of passenger transportation was carried out by automobiles, while 15.5 % of them were transported by metro. The 73.7 % of cargo and 83.9 % of passengers were transported via non-state transportation means. 

Some 39.6 million tons of cargo and 188.4 million passengers have been transported via International Eurasia Corridor in January-November of 2009. Transportation companies have made incomes worth of 218.6 million AZM from the transportation of cargo and passengers.

Communications enterprises have offered services in the amount of 1010.5 million AZM to the population, various departments and organizations. The volume of communications services offered in 2009, increased 13.1 % compared to the previous year, and the main portion of these services (77.5 %) constitutes the non-state sector. Mobile communication constitutes 710.2 million AZM or 70.3 % of the communication services.

15.9 billion AZM worth of consumer goods have been sold to the population and paid services have been extended in 2009. In the trade sector, turnover of commodity sales has increased by 8.9 % and reached 11.8 billion AZM, while the volume of paid services increase by 12.5 % and reached 4.1 billion AZM. Consumer products sold to the population are as follows: 64.5 % – food products, 35.5 % – non-food products, while trading volume has increased by 10.6 % and 4.9 % accordingly.

99.2 % of commodity circulation and 72.2 % of paid services were carried out by private sector.

Every citizen of the country in 2009 purchased various consumer goods worth of 111.1 AZM on average from trade network, which is 7.8 AZM more than the previous year. 

Compared to the previous year, population incomes increased 8.0 % and reaches 22.4 billion AZM, and per capita incomes increased 6.7 % and reached 2537.2 AZM. Shares out of these incomes have been spent for the following purposes: 66.2 % – final stage consumption, 10.6 % – taxes, social security and voluntary membership fees, 21.6 % – increase of the deposits and fixed capital.

The average monthly salaries paid to wage earners in economic and social fields of the country increased 8.6 % compared to 2008, and reached 298.0 AZM. In the months of January-November, the average monthly salaries of people were distributed among fields in the following way: industrial field -  439.1 AZM, construction field – 449.8 AZM, transportation field – 361.7 AZM, communication field – 432.5 AZM.

The gradual improvement of material welfare of the population, the continuation of addressed state social aid, and the full implementation of all the social responsibilities of the government had an impact in reduction of poverty, and as of the tentative statistics the level of poverty reduced by 2.2 % and reached the level of 11.0 % in 2009.

In 2009, 73.8 thousand new work places have opened in the country, 54.7 thousand of which were permanent. In general, since the 1st October, 2003 till the end of 2009, 840.1 thousand work places have opened, 602.3 thousand of which were permanent.

During January-November, the foreign trade turnover of the country has totaled USD 18.6 billion. 70.7 % or 13.2 billion USD of commodity circulation has been carried out through exported goods, 29.3 % (5.4 billion USD) through imported goods, which created 7.7 billion USD positive balance. 85.8 % of commodity exchange was carried out with distant foreign countries, while 14.2 % was carried out with CIS countries.

70.0 % (3.8 billion USD) of imported goods came from distant foreign countries, while 30.0 % (1.6 billion USD) were imported from CIS countries.

92.3 % or 12.2 billion USD of exported goods were sent to distant foreign countries, while 7.7 % or 1.0 billion USD were exported to CIS countries.

Consumer products prices and services tariffs in December increased 0.8 % compared to the previous month, including 1.4 % increase in food products, 0.2 % increase in non-food products, while tariffs for services remained on the same level. Consumer products prices and tariffs for services have increased by 1.5 %, including 3.4 % increase in non-food products, 7.1 % increase in tariffs for services, while 1.5 % decrease was observed in food products.

According to the figures provided by the Ministry of Finance, in January-November of 2009, 8.9 billion AZM have entered into the State Budget, while 7.9 billion AZM were spent from this budget. 40.1 % or 3.2 billion AZM of the budget expenditure were allocated for the development of economy, while 12.4 % (978.4 billion AZM) for education, 12.7 % (1005.4 billion AZM) were spent for social protection and social insurance costs.

The difference between the budget incomes and expenditures in the amount of 1026.9 billion AZM constituted 3.5 % of GDP.

The deposits of population in banks increased 24.5 % and reached 2.2 billion AZM compared to the first 11 months of 2008. Investments in national currency made 913.7 billion AZM or 40.6 %, while in foreign currency 1338.0 billion AZM. 1.7 billion AZM of deposits were secured in private banks.

In January – November, the amount of credits granted to physical and legal bodies by financial and credit institutions increased 17.6 % and amounted 8.1 billion AZM, including those granted in previous years. Some 71.5 % of the loans were long-term, with 3.4 % of the loans seeing overdue payments.

MACROECONOMIC INDICATORS

  Factual figures of 2009, million AZM 2009 compared to 2008, by %
Gross Domestic Product 34578.7 109.3
Total volume of industrial products (works and services) 22184.4 108.6
Fixed Capital directed Investments 7358.7 81.3
Total volumes of agricultural, forestry and fishing farm products 3435.6 103.5
Goods transportation in transportation sector, million tons 189.8 103.7
Volumes of post and telecommunication services 1010.5 113.1
Retail sales turnover 11828.5 108.9
Paid services extended to population 4088.2 112.5
Foreign trade turnover, million USD 18614.2x) x
Including:    
 Total export volume 13165.5x) x
 Total import volume 5448.7x) 83.8xx)
State Budget Revenues 8919.1x) 95.0xx)
State Budget Expenditures 7892.2x) 95.3xx)
State Budget Proficit 1026.9x) -
Revenues of population 22396.1 108.0
Revenues per capita, AZM 2537.2 106.7
Average monthly salary per one employee, AZM 298.0 108.6
Consumer prices index x 101.5

x) January-November 2009

xx) 2009 January-November compared to 2008 January-November

PRODUCTION OF THE MOST IMPORTANT INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS

Types of Production Produced January-December of 2009 In comparison with the same period of previous year, %
Crude oil, thousand ton 50 376.3 113.5
Natural gas, million cubic meter 23 584.0 100.8
Electric power, million kWt /hour 17 762.6 87.2
Automobile gas, thousand ton 1 237.7 93.8
Cement, thousand ton 1 280.9 80.3
Meat (including poultry), thousand ton 159.5 102.8
Sugar, and granulated sugar, thousand ton 314.9 116.5
Macaroni, ton 5 696.9 131.6
Soft beverages, thousand dkl 16 667.3 81.2
Lacquer and painting goods 2 728.8 116.3
Construction plaster, tons 45 617.1 118.9
TV sets, number 9 227 116.7
Cashier machines, number 284 11.4 d.
Tractors, number 578 120.2

THE MAIN INDICATORS OF CONSTRUCTION IN 2009
(from all financial resources)

  Realized in 2009 In comparison with the previous year, by %
Put in operation:    
Main funds, million mantas 2478.1 x
      Spent for Production facilities 1511.0 x
Apartment buildings, overall area, thousand square meters 1363.3 87.6
Secondary schools, total capacity, seat 20622 31.1
Hospitals, bed 605 2.4 d.
Out-patient polyclinic facilities, patients 1235 155.7
Kindergartens, children 90 1.8
Club, seats 140 11.5
Investment made to the fixed capital, million AZN 7358.7 81.3
    Spent for  Production facilities 5455.1 83.9
The volume of investments allocated to the construction and installation works – total 5142.7 91.8

GROSS AGRICULTURAL, FORESTRY AND FISHING FARMS PRODUCTS
(face value prices of relevant years)

  2009 2008
Total production per agricultural, forestry and fishing farms, million manats 3435.6 3310.0
           Including:    
Agriculture 3433.4 3308.4
Forestry 1943.4 1409.7
Fishing farms 213.4 194.8
Hunting 4.7 5.7

PRODUCTION OF PLANTS AND LIVESTOCK, THOUSAND TONS

  2009 Compared to 2008
by percent
Overall number of grain-crops and beans 2988.3 119.6
Out of them:    
corns 151.2 93.2
Wheat for spring and fall 2141.4 127.6
Cotton 30.9 55.8
Tobacco 2.6 105.0
Sunflower 14.6 85.3
Sugar beets 182.3 94.3
Potatoes 983.0 91.3
Vegetables 1177.9 95.9
Melons and gourds 410.8 100.7
Fruits and berries 721.4 101.2
Grape 129.2 111.5
Green tea leaves (ton) 446.8 138.3
Meat (live weight) 305.1 100.8
Milk 1433.1 103.7
Eggs, million 1209.4 109.8
Wool 15.3 103.3

LIVESTOCK VOLUME
for the end of the year, thousand head

  2009 Year of 2009 compared to 2008, by percent
Livestock 2600.4 101.2
Including:    
Cows and buffalos 1258.5 101.3
Sheep and goats 8387.0 101.3

CARGO TRANSPORTATION IN TRANSPORTATION SECTOR,
thousand ton

  2009 In comparison with 2008, by %
Total 189845.6 103.7
Including:    
Railways 20273.3 73.9
Maritime ways 13189.7 110.9
Airways 31.8 73.4
Pipelines 62114.3 111.5
Oil pipeline 50479.6 113.7
Gas pipeline 11634.7 102.5
Ground motor vehicles 94236.5 107.1

PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION IN MOTOR VEHICLES SECTOR,
thousand passengers

  2009 In comparison with 2008, by %
Total 1328124.9 106.9
Including:    
Railways 6440.3 100.7
Maritime ways 10.7 78.1
Airways 941.2 67.4
Subway transport 206139.9 102.9
Ground motor vehicles 1114592.8 107.8
Buses 1076509.3 107.6
Taxis 38083.5 112.8

RETAIL SALES TURNOVER AND PAID SERVICES EXTENDED TO POPULATION

  2009 In comparison with 2008, by %
Total volumes of retail sales turnover and paid services extended to population 15916,7 109,9
including:
retail sales turnover, including services
11828,5 108,9
Volumes of paid services 4 088,2 112,5

TRADE RELATIONS BETWEEN AZERBAIJAN AND FOREIGN STATES FOR JANUARY-NOVEMBER OF 2009,
thousand USD

Name of the Country Import Export Foreign Trade Balance
All the countries, total 5448675,4 13165547,9 7716872,5
Including:      
   Non-CIS countries 3812308,7 12157357,6 8345048,9
Albania   2460,4 2460,4
Germany 502179,5 84317,5 -417862,0
USA 232259,8 1592341,0 1360081,2
Andorra 212,4   -212,4
Angilya 2114,1   -2114,1
Angola 2,6 14,5 11,9
Argentina 19235,9 40,8 -19195,1
Australia 5478,4 162,8 -5315,6
Austria 54128,3 8739,6 -45388,7
Bangladesh 36,1   -36,1
Belgium 53703,8 16791,4 -36912,4
Belize 1410,9   -1410,9
Bermuda Islands   31,6 31,6
Bahrain 10,6   -10,6
United Arab Emirates 29071,3 17627,1 -11444,2
United Tanzania Republic 213,8   -213,8
Bolivia 1,0   -1,0
Bulgaria 7948,9 84509,8 76560,9
Bosnia and Herzegovina 246,4   -246,4
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Island 247749,6 195589,2 -52160,4
Brazil 101633,2 85,7 -101547,5
State of Brunei Darussalam 4,8   -4,8
Gibraltar 165,1   -165,1
South Africa Republic 22247,5 54,6 -22192,9
Czech Republic 25759,8 1492,0 -24267,8
Chile 64,5   -64,5
China 410752,5 128078,1 -282674,4
China specially administrated region of Hong Kong 304,0 7246,2 6942,2
Denmark 8759,5 818,7 -7940,8
Dominica 20,7   -20,7
Dominican Republic 12,1   -12,1
Ecuador 6154,6   -6154,6
Estonia 1698,7 372,8 -1325,9
Afghanistan 21,0 49938,7 49917,7
Algeria 0,4 120,0 119,6
Philippines 116,1   -116,1
Finland 72315,3 278,1 -72037,2
France 106482,1 1103217,7 996735,6
Georgia 52420,2 364022,0 311601,8
India 50743,8 266836,4 216092,6
Croatia 813,6 193740,5 192926,9
Indonesia 3674,1 505824,5 502150,4
Jordan 801,2 264,9 -536,3
Iraq 96,4 40012,4 39916,0
Iran Islam Republic 69376,0 84936,6 15560,6
Ireland 8541,6 4,3 -8537,3
Iceland 8,8 11,4 2,6
Spain 13730,8 267064,8 253334,0
Israel 69845,8 1015088,1 945242,3
Switzerland 83180,5 9787,7 -73392,8
Sweden 112177,4 4080,7 -108096,7
Italy 122211,0 3425026,6 3302815,6
Cameroon 7,8 2,8 -5,0
Canada 8857,5 507077,5 498220,0
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 639,9   -639,9
Kenya 455,0   -455,0
Cyprus 1694,7 1098,2 -596,5
Colombia 1015,5 91,3 -924,2
Congo 108,9   -108,9
Korea Republic 112692,4 148196,6 35504,2
Costa-Rica 337,3   -337,3
Cote d’Ivoir 0,4   -0,4
Cuba 8,1 34,0 25,9
Kuveit   665,5 665,5
Gabon 5,4   -5,4
Gana   0,2 0,2
Union of Comoros Islands 5,0   -5,0
Qatar 6,2 1,3 -4,9
Grenada 12,4   -12,4
Guatemala 920,8   -920,8
Latvia 4670,5 3211,6 -1458,9
Lichtenstein 621,7   -621,7
Lithuania 12729,1 1233,5 -11495,6
Lebanon 23,2 17589,3 17566,1
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya 66,5 128617,9 128551,4
Luxembourg 2474,4 51246,8 48772,4
Hungary 12780,6 46,0 -12734,6
Madagascar 0,6   -0,6
Malaysia 37886,1 387557,1 349671,0
Marshall islands 168,6 83472,8 83304,2
Marshall island 1,6   -1,6
Mauritania 127,9   -127,9
Mexico 8875,7 21,2 -8854,5
Morocco 30,5 49305,9 49275,4
Central African Republic 312,7   -312,7
Egypt 4092,2 14212,3 10120,1
Monaco 1,5   -1,5
Mongolia 57,3   -57,3
Namibia 2,1   -2,1
The Netherlands 47116,3 65577,4 18461,1
Netherlands Antilles 1,3   -1,3
Niger   0,6 0,6
Nigeria 13,7 9,6 -4,1
Nicaragua   3,0 3,0
Norway 6539,3 74,4 -6464,9
Oman 220,8 30,1 -190,7
Pakistan 5793,7 110,0 -5683,7
Panama 5924,4 254,0 -5670,4
Papua- New Guinea 1,1   -1,1
Paraguay 6,2   -6,2
Peru 7,0   -7,0
Poland 23983,5 6361,4 -17622,1
Portugal 1125,7 28447,0 27321,3
Puerto-Rico (USA) 5,4   -5,4
Romania 9661,9 53515,3 43853,4
San-Marino 27,2   -27,2
Saint-Kits and Nevis 1719,5   -1719,5
Serbia 1111,8   -1111,8
Saudi Arabia 1208,5 1136,8 -71,7
Singapour 4144,7 5238,7 1094,0
Slovakia 9254,3 1051,5 -8202,8
Slovenia 3887,6 24127,5 20239,9
Sudan   5,3 5,3
Syrian Arab Republic 1129,7 13,0 -1116,7
Swazilend 0,9   -0,9
Sri-Lanka 9409,3   -9409,3
Thailand 10181,2 162,6 -10018,6
Taiwan (Province of China) 6923,0 680392,5 673469,5
Trinidad vÉ™ Tobago 24,0 5,9 -18,1
Tunisia 203,4   -203,4
Uruguay 791369,2 96490,2 -694879,0
Uruguay 964,6   -964,6
Venesuela 1,5 11,9 10,4
Virgin Islands (United Kingdom) 185,6 53,0 -132,6
Vietnam 5034,2 7531,6 2497,4
Japan 137874,2 56,8 -137817,4
New Zealand 10760,3 1709,6 -9050,7
Greece 4660,7 179674,8 175014,1
Unknown 6,3 140602,1 140595,8
CIS 1636366,7 1008190,3 -628176,4
Belarus 115767,2 4650,6 -111116,6
Kazakhstan 44706,5 130366,3 85659,8
Kyrgyzstan 704,3 4558,5 3854,2
Moldova  2767,7 3745,5 977,8
Uzbekistan 11528,7 5420,8 -6107,9
Russian Federation 966078,4 686033,1 -280045,3
Tajikistan 742,9 7502,1 6759,2
Turkmenistan 24664,0 30547,2 5883,2
Ukraine 469407,2 135366,1 -334041,1

MAIN TYPES OF GOODS EXPORTED DURING JANUARY-NOVEMBER OF 2009

Names of Products January – November of 2009 In comparison with January-November of 2008, by %
volume amount (thousand USD) Volume amount
Fresh vegetables, ton 61740,0 26571,7 78,8 83,0
Fresh fruits, ton 185111,3 120428,7 83,2 93,1
Tea, ton 5437,4 23151,0 114,7 139,7
Vegetable fat and oil, ton 37652,8 90888,6 69,3 96,4
Out of these:        
Vegetable fat and oil, ton 19309,5 44451,0 83,4 104,2
Sugar, thousand ton 154,7 88083,3 102,6 115,8
Fruit and vegetable conservatives, ton 3856,6 3554,3 101,5 100,2
Fruit and vegetable juices, ton 20672,5 14841,2 61,1 79,6
Tobacco, ton 1619,9 3726,5 80,2 135,4
Crude oil, thousand ton 44,3 x 120,1 x
Motor petrol, thousand ton 242,8 123318,2 72,8 43,6
Kerosene, thousand ton 1030,5 589460,3 527,7 305,2
Diesel, thousand ton 1394,0 604460,3 93,8 50,9
Black oil, thousand ton 183,4 36361,3 37,7 13,9
Natural gas, million cubic meters 621,0 115607,2 217,2 202,5
Power, million kwt/hour 683,5 26919,2 89,3 104,3
Polyethylene, ton 31348,6 27548,1 52,4 34,3
Cotton fibre, ton 16526,9 16453,0 124,1 117,1
Cotton yarn, ton 7495,8 10419,4 109,2 106,6
Metallic angle bars and channels, ton 26439,3 12427,8 40,8 35,1
Not processed aluminium, ton 12792,5 11549,6 22,8 10,1

MAIN TYPES OF GOODS IMPORTED DURING JANUARY-NOVEMBER OF 2009

Names of Products January-November of 2009 In comparison with January-November of 2008, by %
volume Amount (thousand USD) volume amount
Poultry, ton 10884,0 5809,2 73,4 60,7
Butter and other types of butter and pasta, ton 9938,6 19024,5 149,0 215,5
Out of this:        
  Butter, ton 5651,6 13093,8 234,1 344,0
Potatoes, ton 12976,9 1548,9 38,4 47,1
Fresh vegetables, ton 32560,2 6229,6 233,9 186,1
Fresh fruits, ton 37795,9 18111,1 165,2 203.2
Tea, ton 6746,6 14790,4 109,1 105,4
Wheat, thousand ton 842,0 176715,5 71,1 51,2
Rice, ton 21198,3 15150,5 88,3 79,6
Vegetable fat and oil, ton 74836,2 60989,7 97,8 113,6
         Out of this:        
Vegetable oil, ton 74744,5 60782,0 98,5 114,7
Crude sugar, thousand ton 279,8 92514,5 121,1 119,9
Chocolate products, ton 16188,2 23380,6 97,3 96,9
Fruit and vegetable conservatives, ton 12040,3 7434,9 95,8 88,9
Fruit and vegetable juices, ton 13548,6 9180,9 89,4 89,5
Vodka, min decaliter with 100% alcohol 31,7 3304,8 45,6 54,0
Tobacco, ton 2166,3 4841,6 74,6 83,9
Cigarettes, million piece 10185,2 195159,9 102,5 111,4
Cement clinker and cement, thousand ton 1615,2 63386,0 88,5 87,9
including:        
Cement clinkers, thousand ton 577,2 22525,6 75,5 95,5
Cement, thousand ton 1038,0 40860,4 97,9 84,2
Pharmaceuticals, ton 10257,5 99029,5 111,6 116,5
Mineral fertilizer, ton 55160,8 18309,8 43,8 29,3
Surface activated substances, detergent, ton 26906,1 38638,9 101,3 107,8
Polyethylene, ton 12383,5 12078,2 73,6 52,2
Polypropylene, ton 12893,8 15121,0 93,4 67,8
Polyvynylchloride, ton 12856,1 6001,7 79,2 56,2
Rubber tyres, thousand pieces 683,0 18537,4 110,6 96,8
Split wooden materials, thousand cubic meter 647,9 38650,9 95,0 110,9
Metallic bars and fittings, thousand ton 228,3 65741,6 110,8 103,6
Metallic tubes, ton 134,7 227337,2 67,5 85,6
Water pumps, piece 25679,0 18532,4 44,5 41,8
Tractors, piece 1413,0 54386,9 120,8 152,2
Buses, piece 884,0 42744,1 61,3 71,7
Passenger cars, piece 58222,0 414084,0 71,7 69,4
including:        
On  the basis of application of customs declaration, piece 25476,0 231692,3 60,7 64,7
On the basis of application of customs receipt order 32746,0 182391,7 83,4 76,4
Trucks, piece 5589,0 84735,3 54,1 39,9
Special automobile vehicles, piece 409,0 55611,4 43,0 31,1

INDEX OF PRICES AND TARIFFS

  December of 2009 compared to November of 2009 January-November of 2009 compared to the same period of 2008
Index of consumer goods 100,8 101.5
Index of prices of consumer goods makers 100,3 80,8
Index of prices of agricultural goods makers 101,0 100.3