For the first three months in the Nikolaev area of food price grew by 6,8 percent. As reports head department of the mute of area, in the price vegetables - most rose in price for 13,7%, fish and products from it - for 12,7%, fruit - for 10,1%. Sugar, jam, honey, chocolate and confectionery grew in price for 9,7%, meat and meat products - for 7,2%, bread and bakeries - for 5,9%, milk, cheese and eggs - for 4,3%.
Thus the average prices of sale of agricultural production on all channels of realization fell by 34%, including for plant growing production - for 38,3%, and for animal husbandry production - increased for 0,1%.
And real wage level taking into account a consumer price index on goods and services in January - February, 2009, in comparison with the corresponding period of last year, decreased by 7,3%. The nominal average monthly salary of one worker occupied in economy of area, makes 1588,76 hryvnias.
As of March 1 of 6 100 workers suffered from untimely payment of a salary. To each of them on the average it isn't paid on 2569,90 hryvnias.
Total amount of an unpaid salary in area for March 1, 2009 made 28,5 million hryvnias and in comparison with January 1, 2009 increased by 19,4% or for 4,6 million UAH
However the situation with the industry is better, than with a salary.
In March there was an increase in industrial production at 15,9%.
The total amount of production of agriculture in January - March, 2009 in comparison with January - increased by 8,3%, including in the agricultural enterprises - for 32,7%, population farms - for 1% March, 2008.
And construction in the Nikolaev area has not the best times. For the last three months the construction enterprises performed works for the sum of 98,2 million UAH that made 32,8% of the amount of works, executed in January - March of previous year. Amounts of works were reduced by all types of construction activity.
Essential influence on speed of construction had considerable reduction of volumes of construction works in Nikolaev (for 73,3%) and Yuzhnoukrainsk (for 31,8%).