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MOSCOW, February 12. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia’s federal budget revenues in January 2014 had amounted to 1.324 trillion rubles and budget surplus to 466.1 billion rubles, the Finance Ministry said on Wednesday, February 12.
It said January’s budget revenues made up 9.8% of all budget revenues, and expenditures had reached 0.858 trillion rubles or 6.1% of all federal budget expenditures.
Budget surplus was 466.104 billion rubles, primary deficit 489.6 billion rubles.
This January’s indicators appear to be much better than those a year ago. In January 2013, federal budget revenues were 1.09 trillion rubles, expenditures 1.17 trillion rubles, deficit 81.2 billion rubles, and primary deficit 52.6 billion rubles.
The Federal Tax Service had collected 544.254 billion rubles in taxes, which represents 9% of the target figures for 2014.
The Federal Customs Service had collected 482.3 billion rubles or 7.4% of the target figures.
The Federal Agency for the Management of State Property had collected 650.9 billion rubles or 0.3 percent of the target figures.