On February 21, Governor Anatoly Artamonov participated in a joint meeting of the Kaluga city district administration, the regional cabinet of ministers and local structures of the region’s federal executive agencies dedicated to the results of the regional center’s socio-economic development in 2013 and objectives for 2014.
Kaluga’s Acting Mayor Konstantin Baranov presented a report on the recent year’s results. He noted that budget revenues exceeded RUR 8 billion, which is 9% over the previous year. Budget revenues per resident were RUR 24,000. For several years now, this figure has been one of the highest in the Central Federal District. Tax payments into the city treasury exceeded RUR 1 billion. The industrial production index was 106%. The city’s large and medium companies shipped RUR 250 billion worth of produce. By industrial output per resident, Kaluga also leads among CFD regional centers.