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Expectations vs Reality in Crimea

CRIMEA: EXPECTATIONS VS. REALITY HOW LIFE ON THE PENINSULA CHANGED SINCE THE OCCUPATION SALARIES AND PENSIONS before occupation june 2014 in Russia 9700 RUB -18%4 11820 RUB 28945 RUB average salaries average salaries average salaries 5303 RUB 33% 7958 RUB 11 600 RUB average pensions average pensions average pensions PRICES 100% prices for food grew at least 20% the share of Ukrainian goods in Crimea will drop FUEL DIESEL 14,63 UAHL A-95 15,14 UAH/L DIESEL 11,79 UAH/L A-95 12,94 UAH/L TOURISM 37% the Crimean resorts occupancy ratio (first ten days of June 2014) 2,7 times – decrease of railway passengers flow to Crimea EDUCATION 94,8% of the educational facilities | are Russian-language Before the occupation Ukrainian was mandatory in all school classes 58,5% 24,4% 12,1% Russians Ukrainians Crimean Tatars EMPLOYMENT 1,6% 5,4% 1500 unemployment rate in Crimea unemployment rate in Crimea foreign employees quota in the Crimea JANUARY 2014 MAY 2014 TAXES FOR APRIL-MAY 2014 RUB billion were 2.1 collected in taxes 2,7 5-7% 95% Five times this amount was allocated for the public sector salaries (RUB 14.5 billion). of the Crimean budget expenses can be covered by the collected taxes of the necessary funds are allocated from the budget of the Russian Federation UKRAINE CRISIS media center DESIGN MARK KANARSKY

Expectations vs Reality in Crimea

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How life on the Crimea peninsula changed since the occupation by russian army: salaries and pensions, prices, fuel, tourism, education, employment, taxes etc .

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uacrisis

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mark kanarsky

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yuri.tiurdo

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