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Russia's federal budget cash surplus in 2006 was around $75.3 billion
Russia's federal budget cash surplus in 2006 was around $75.3 billion, the Finance Ministry said Thursday, citing preliminary data. Budget revenues in 2006 stood at 6.3 trillion rubles ($237.2 billion), up 1.7% on the year's target. Spending stood at 4.3 trillion rubles ($161.9 billion), down 3.8%. Russia's 2005 federal budget surplus was at 1.6 trillion rubles ($60 billion). The Federal Tax Service sent almost 3 trillion rubles ($120 billion) to the federal budget (0.5% up on the target), while the Federal Customs Service contributed 2.8 trillion rubles ($103 billion) (up 0.4%). The Federal Agency for the Management of Federal Property transferred 69.9 trillion rubles ($2.63 trillion) to the federal budget (up 6.1%), while other federal agencies contributed a total of 342.9 trillion rubles ($12.9 trillion), up 28.5%.
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