Belarusians wouldn't have to save on food if life were like it is on the state TV / collage by Ulad Rubanau, Euroradio
Revenues are very unevenly distributed and will fall further.
The consequences of the war are more often estimated negatively both for Belarus and for themselves / collage by Ulad Rubanau, Euroradio
Opinions on "preventive strike" are divided
The fall of the economy into the abyss has stalled / collage by Ulad Rubanau, Euroradio
We can forget about economic growth for a long time.
Belarusians tend to keep savings in US dollars while expecting prices to grow.
An illustrative photo from open sources.
Belarusian state petrochemical monopoly Belnaftachim's policy is to raises the price of fuel at the pump slowly every week.
The price of coffee in Belarus may grow 5-20%. Sellers may get in the red as consumers are unlikely to match their income.
Belarus has raised retirement age and liberalized utilities prices, president's aide on economy Kiryl Rudy tells Voice of America.
Local currency inflation had no role in the drop of hotel room prices by up to 40% in Minsk over the past two years.
Minsk 'Mayor' Andrei Shorats reveals his family lives in a three-bedroom flat.
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