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By the results of half-year, the federalbudget deficit (by the Ministry of Finance methodology) constituted 4.1 percent of GDP which was by 0.6 per cent of GDP more that the target. In thesecond half-year, there was a significant decrease in the budget deficit downto 3.23 per cent of GDP which was linked with a considerable (up to 12.1 percent of GDP in December compared with 10.8 per cent of GDP inNovember) growth of budget revenues. Thus, the volume of the budget deficitturned out to be less than the target of 3.5 per cent.

As was aforesaid, the financial crisisresulted in a dramatic growth of the public debt service. That fact did notsignificantly influence the 1997 federal budget execution. However, the worldfinancial crisis will undoubtedly bring negative results in 1998.

Table 9

The reconstruction of the 1997 budget


Republican budget

Local budgets

Extra-budgetary funds*

Consolidated budget


Rbbn

per centGDP

Rb bn

per centGDP

Rbbn

per centGDP

Rbbn

per centGDP

per centbudget

REVENUES










1. Income tax,tax on profit

35650,3

1,3

142825,0

5,3



178475,4

6,7

19,1

1.1.Profit tax

33144,9

1,2

69040,5

2,6



102185,4

3,8

11,0

1.2.Personal income tax

1746,9

0,1

73370,3

2,7



75117,2

2,8

8,1

1.3. Othertaxes on income and profit

758,5

0,0

414,3

0,0



1172,8

0,0

0,1

2. Payrolltax

0,0

0,0

9147,1

0,3



9147,1

0,3

1,0

3. Taxes ongoods and services

171356,0

6,4

73759,5

2,8



245115,5

9,2

26,3

3.1.VAT of goods produced on the territory of the Russian Federation andservices

88572,1

3,3

53815,8

2,0



142387,9

5,3

15,3

3.2. VAT on goods imported on the territory of the RussianFederation

28541,8

1,1

0,0

0,0



28541,8

1,1

3,1

3.3.Axcises

50399,4

1,9

12423,6

0,5



62823,0

2,3

6,7

including:oil, gas condensate

33438,0

1,3


0,0



33438,0

1,3

3,6

3.4.Special tax designed to support major sectors of the economy

820,3

0,0

898,3

0,0



1718,6

0,1

0,2

3.5. Other taxes on goods and services

3022,4

0,1

6621,8

0,2



9644,2

0,4

1,0

4. Taxeson property

582,0

0,0

46930,4

1,8



47512,3

1,8

5,1

4.1.Tax on transactions with securities

582,0

0,0

-3,7

0,0



578,2

0,0

0,1

4.2 Other taxes on property



46934,1

1,8



46934,1

1,8

5,0

5. Paymentsfor the use of natural resources

6999,7

0,3

28609,7

1,1



35609,3

1,3

3,8

5.1.Payment for subsoil

3212,8

0,1

11926,4

0,4



15139,1

0,6

1,6

5.2. Payments for reproduction of minerals

2497,1

0,1

6897,0

0,3



9394,1

0,4

1,0

5.3. Land taxes and rent

1070,5

0,0

8365,5

0,3



9436,0

0,4

1,0

5.4. Other payments for the use ofnatural resources

219,4

0,0

1420,7

0,1



1640,1

0,1

0,2

6. Taxes onforeign trade and foreign economic operations

27815,1

1,0

0,1

0,0



27815,2

1,0

3,0

6.1. Import duties

26589,8

1,0

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