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Russia's natural resources minister earned $7.88 million in 2005
Russia's natural resources minister earned $7.88 million in 2005, putting him at the top of a Cabinet ministers' earnings list published by a Russian government daily Friday. Yury Trutnev, who earned 176 times more than the country's economics minister, replaces the transport minister - 2004's highest earner - to take the top-spot, according to Rossiiskaya Gazeta. Russian ministers have been required to declare their incomes since a 1997 decree by President Boris Yeltsin. Economic Development and Trade Minister German Gref came last in the list of 20 ministers, earning a mere $44,700. Behind Transport Minister Igor Levitin, who took second place with $447,300, is Information Technologies Minister Leonid Reiman, with income totaling $417,400. However, Reiman, with his five large apartments, sized from 152 to 284 square meters, a country house, and two large plots of land, is the wealthiest minister in terms of property. In 2005, the average annual wage in Russia was just under $4000
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