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MOSCOW, August 12 (Itar-Tass) - The sum of the minimal unemployment benefit in Russia will not change this year and remain at 850 rubles, while the maximum benefit will be at 4,900 rubles, according to a draft resolution published on the government website.
Since "the number of vacancies reported by employers exceeds by two times the current number of the officially registered unemployed in the country, the minimal and maximum sums of the unemployment benefit will remain at the same level in 2014, at 850 rubles and 4,900 rubles, respectively," the document said.