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ECONOMY OF BELARUS
Within the Soviet Union, Belarus was one of the most
industrially-developed republics. Economically, Belarus involved
itself in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Eurasian
Economic Community, and Union with Russia. Soon after 1990,
industrial production plunged due to the introduction of free market
structures into the former Soviet Union. Economic growth returned
in 1996, and in 2001 Belarus was the first CIS country to reach
Soviet-era levels of industrial production and agricultural production.
Gross domestic product (GDP) for 2005 was $79.13 billion in PPP
dollars (estimate), or about $7,700 per capita. In 2005, the gross
domestic product increased by about 8-9%, with the inflation rate
averaging about 8%. According to the UN, average monthly income
grew from US$20 to US$225 during the last 10 years. Over four
million people comprise the labor force in Belarus, with women
holding slightly more jobs than men. In 2005, nearly a quarter of the
population were employed in industrial factories. Employment is
also high in agriculture, manufacturing sales, trading goods, and
education. The unemployment rate, according to Belarusian
government statistics, was about 1.5% in 2005.
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