Реальные доходы белорусов показали самое сильное падение за последние 10 лет

Реальные располагаемые денежные доходы населения в прошлом году составили 92,7% к уровню 2015 года. Об этом сообщает Белстат.

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Справка FINANCE.TUT.BY. Реальные располагаемые доходы населения — один из главных экономических показателей, по которым определяется благосостояние граждан. Он рассчитывается как разница между всеми денежными доходами населения и обязательными платежами (например, налогами, сборами и взносами, скорректированными на индекс потребительских цен на товары и услуги).

Напомним, правительство планировало, что по итогам прошлого года реальные доходы должны увеличиться на 0,5% к показателю 2015 г.

Падение, которое показали реальные доходы за 2016 год, оказалось самым большим за последнее десятилетие. Например, в 2015 году белорусы победнели на 5,9%, в кризисный 2011 — на 1,1%.

скриншот с сайта Белстата.По планам правительства, в этом году реальные денежные доходы населения должны вырасти на 1,3% к прошлому году. Однако Всемирный банк прогнозирует, что этот показатель будет снижаться.

В общем объеме доходов большая часть по-прежнему принадлежит зарплате (61,9%), затем следуют пенсии, пособия и другие трансферты (23,9%), доходы от предпринимательства занимают 8,4%, а от собственности — 5,8%. По сравнению с 2015 годом «зависимость» реальных доходов от зарплаты и трансфертов государства незначительно, но выросла.

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Trump Labor Secretary Nominee Andrew Puzder Withdraws

President Donald Trump’s pick for Labor secretary, Andrew Puzder, has withdrawn his name from consideration. His decision follows months of scrutiny regarding his ability to protect workers as the head of the Department of Labor.

Puzder is the CEO of CKE Restaurants, the parent company of fast-food chains such as Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s that are known for their controversial advertising campaigns. The businessman is a vocal critic of federal minimum wage increases and expanded eligibility for overtime pay. Under his leadership, CKE Restaurants was subject to a series of class action lawsuits that alleged unfair payment and treatment of employees.  

His hearing before the Senate was set to begin tomorrow, a date that had been postponed four times because Puzder had not submitted his ethics paperwork until last week.

Related: The CEO of Carl’s Jr. Doesn’t Care If You’re Offended by the Chain’s Sexy Ads

In an opinion piece published in The Wall Street Journal in 2015, Puzder advocated for a «path to legal status» for undocumented immigrants — including completing background checks, learning English and paying fines — provided they agree “to accept responsibility for their actions and take their consequences.»

Earlier this month, Puzder admitted to hiring an undocumented worker to be his housekeeper. In a statement, he said, “My wife and I employed a housekeeper for a few years, during which I was unaware that she was not legally permitted to work in the U.S. … When I learned of her status, we immediately ended her employment and offered her assistance in getting legal status.”

Related: 40 Reactions (and Counting) to Trump’s Travel Ban From Richard Branson to Sheryl Sandberg

Puzder has also expressed opinions about the opportunity to exchange human employees for automated machines in the food industry. «They’re always polite, they always upsell, they never take a vacation, they never show up late, there’s never a slip-and-fall, or an age, sex or race discrimination case,” Puzder told Business Insider last year.

In 1986, Puzder’s ex-wife Lisa Fierstein accused him of “striking her violently about the face, chest, back, shoulders and neck, without provocation or cause,” The New York Times reported. In 1990, Fierstein appeared on an episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show and spoke about her experience with domestic violence under a pseudonym. Fierstein has since retracted those allegations.

Earlier this week, Winfrey submitted the footage from that episode to the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee.

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Under Armour CEO Comes Out Against Trump Travel Ban. Read His Full Text Explanation.

Today Kevin Plank, CEO of Baltimore-based sports apparel company Under Armour, published an open letter responding to the controversy that has dogged the company for a week.

The company came under fire for comments Plank made in an interview with CNBC about President Donald Trump — comments that might have seemed benign at nearly any other time. He said a pro-business leader could be an asset and that he respected that the president wanted to make “bold decisions and be really decisive.”

Related: 40 Reactions (and Counting) to Trump’s Travel Ban From Richard Branson to Sheryl Sandberg

Plank made his comments in a politically charged climate — companies today face great scrutiny for supporting the president. The comments also followed backlash regarding a controversial executive order that banned and restricted travel for people from certain countries. High-profile business leaders such as Mark Zuckerberg and Sergey Brin came out against the order, saying it limited access to talent and could negatively stifle innovation.

Related: 97 Tech Companies Including Apple and Google File Brief Against Trump Travel Ban

For Plank, the backlash was immediate. His comments sparked an Under Armour boycott as well as criticism from athletes and personalities who had endorsed the brand, such as Dwayne «The Rock» Johnson and ballerina Misty Copeland.

Related: Understanding the Under Armour Boycott — and Why ‘The Rock’ and Misty Copeland Weighed in

This made a rocky time rockier, as Under Armour faces a lawsuit from investors who claim the company is misleading shareholders about its financial well-being.

Today’s letter is actually the second public response the company has made regarding the controversy. An initial statement stressed the company’s support for diversity. The letter published today — as a full-page ad in the company’s hometown paper The Baltimore Sun — goes further. It walks back the statements that sparked it. Plank also publicly speaks out against the travel ban for the first time. The full text of the open letter ad is below.

 

Baltimore,

In a business television interview last week, I answered a question with a choice of words that did not accurately reflect my intent. I want to clarify to our hometown exactly the values for which Under Armour and I stand.

Under Armour stands for opportunity. I believe one of the greatest American attributes is entrepreneurship, and I am incredibly proud of how the Under Armour story reflects this. I moved Under Armour to Baltimore in 1998 when it was a two-year-old company with two employees. Today we have 14,000 teammates across the world and are proud to call Baltimore our home. In our city, we stand for entrepreneurship, job creation and opportunity. 

We also represent our teammates and our city through our Values:

  • We stand firmly for equal rights.Through our investment, hiring and in everything we do, we expect to be leaders in the advancement of all forms of diversity and gender equality.

  • We believe that immigration is a source of strength, diversity and innovation for global companies based in America like Under Armour. And I personally believe that immigration is the foundation of our country’s exceptionalism.

  • Once again, Under Armour stands for job creation. To that end, we believe in growing American manufacturing capability. We think building should focus on much-needed education, transportation, technology and infrastructure investment in cities like Baltimore.

At Under Armour, our culture is strong, and that culture is built by our people and by the values of how we operate our business. While stating our values is important, I also know that actions speak louder than words. So here is what we are doing:

  • We are publicly opposing the travel ban. With an anticipated new executive order on immigration set to come out, we will join a coalition of companies in opposition to any new actions that negatively impact our team, their families or our community.

  • We are taking other public positions on legislation around the country in support of the interests of our teammates whenever policy conflicts with human rights.

Our team, like our country, is diverse by race, religion, nationality, gender, age, sexual orientation and point of view. In our city and at Under Armour, our diversity is our strength. In addition to what we are doing today, I believe that our values are also clearly demonstrated by what we have already done. First, we have made an extraordinary commitment to Baltimore, both by doubling down on our company’s presence and our investment in this city, and by making unprecedented commitments to education, workforce development and local hiring.

This past November in East Baltimore, in partnership with the Ravens and Living Classrooms, we opened the UA House at Fayette, a new 30,000 square foot multi-purpose community center for kids and families to learn, play and grow.The UA House provides opportunities not only for sport but access to entrepreneurship programs, community event spaces and a state-of-the-art recording studio.

We have also created a Manufacturing Bootcamp at The Foundery in Port Covington, where City residents with barriers to workforce entry are being trained in the skills they will need to build a good life. Every participant in our small pilot class has been hired, and the second class is now working toward the same goal, with more classes to follow.

And in 2016 we opened the UA Lighthouse, an advanced manufacturing research facility that is a step toward bringing more good jobs to America and making more of our products right here in Baltimore. These are just some of the initiatives we have undertaken on behalf of our community and those who call Baltimore home, and we are just getting started.

We are always mindful of the responsibility that we have to those who choose our Brand, especially the young people who represent the bold and bright future of a diverse and inclusive America.

Our Brand mission is to make all athletes better through passion, design and the relentless pursuit of innovation. Our passion also extends to our teammates, our consumers and our community. We are always mindful of the responsibility that we have to those who choose our Brand, especially the young people who represent the bold and bright future of a diverse and inclusive America. While we will continue to engage with government to protect our teammates, our company and our city, I can promise you that we will never compromise these values. We will continue to stand for equality, diversity and opportunity for all. In a time of division, we aspire to be a force of unity, growth and optimism for our city and our country. I hope we will always make Baltimore proud.

Kevin Plank

Founder, Chairman and CEO of Under Armour

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Under Armour Comes Out Against Trump Travel Ban. Read His Full Text Explanation.

Today Kevin Plank, CEO of Baltimore-based sports apparel company Under Armour, published an open letter responding to the controversy that has dogged the company for a week.

The company came under fire for comments Plank made in an interview with CNBC about President Donald Trump — comments that might have seemed benign at nearly any other time. He said a pro-business leader could be an asset and that he respected that the president wanted to make “bold decisions and be really decisive.”

Related: 40 Reactions (and Counting) to Trump’s Travel Ban From Richard Branson to Sheryl Sandberg

Plank made his comments in a politically charged climate — companies today face great scrutiny for supporting the president. The comments also followed backlash regarding a controversial executive order that banned and restricted travel for people from certain countries. High-profile business leaders such as Mark Zuckerberg and Sergey Brin came out against the order, saying it limited access to talent and could negatively stifle innovation.

Related: 97 Tech Companies Including Apple and Google File Brief Against Trump Travel Ban

For Plank, the backlash was immediate. His comments sparked an Under Armour boycott as well as criticism from athletes and personalities who had endorsed the brand, such as Dwayne «The Rock» Johnson and ballerina Misty Copeland.

Related: Understanding the Under Armour Boycott — and Why ‘The Rock’ and Misty Copeland Weighed in

This made a rocky time rockier, as Under Armour faces a lawsuit from investors who claim the company is misleading shareholders about its financial well-being.

Today’s letter is actually the second public response the company has made regarding the controversy. An initial statement stressed the company’s support for diversity. The letter published today — as a full-page ad in the company’s hometown paper The Baltimore Sun — goes further. It walks back the statements that sparked it. Plank also publicly speaks out against the travel ban for the first time. The full text of the open letter ad is below.

 

Baltimore,

In a business television interview last week, I answered a question with a choice of words that did not accurately reflect my intent. I want to clarify to our hometown exactly the values for which Under Armour and I stand.

Under Armour stands for opportunity. I believe one of the greatest American attributes is entrepreneurship, and I am incredibly proud of how the Under Armour story reflects this. I moved Under Armour to Baltimore in 1998 when it was a two-year-old company with two employees. Today we have 14,000 teammates across the world and are proud to call Baltimore our home. In our city, we stand for entrepreneurship, job creation and opportunity. 

We also represent our teammates and our city through our Values:

  • We stand firmly for equal rights.Through our investment, hiring and in everything we do, we expect to be leaders in the advancement of all forms of diversity and gender equality.

  • We believe that immigration is a source of strength, diversity and innovation for global companies based in America like Under Armour. And I personally believe that immigration is the foundation of our country’s exceptionalism.

  • Once again, Under Armour stands for job creation. To that end, we believe in growing American manufacturing capability. We think building should focus on much-needed education, transportation, technology and infrastructure investment in cities like Baltimore.

At Under Armour, our culture is strong, and that culture is built by our people and by the values of how we operate our business. While stating our values is important, I also know that actions speak louder than words. So here is what we are doing:

  • We are publicly opposing the travel ban. With an anticipated new executive order on immigration set to come out, we will join a coalition of companies in opposition to any new actions that negatively impact our team, their families or our community.

  • We are taking other public positions on legislation around the country in support of the interests of our teammates whenever policy conflicts with human rights.

Our team, like our country, is diverse by race, religion, nationality, gender, age, sexual orientation and point of view. In our city and at Under Armour, our diversity is our strength. In addition to what we are doing today, I believe that our values are also clearly demonstrated by what we have already done. First, we have made an extraordinary commitment to Baltimore, both by doubling down on our company’s presence and our investment in this city, and by making unprecedented commitments to education, workforce development and local hiring.

This past November in East Baltimore, in partnership with the Ravens and Living Classrooms, we opened the UA House at Fayette, a new 30,000 square foot multi-purpose community center for kids and families to learn, play and grow.The UA House provides opportunities not only for sport but access to entrepreneurship programs, community event spaces and a state-of-the-art recording studio.

We have also created a Manufacturing Bootcamp at The Foundery in Port Covington, where City residents with barriers to workforce entry are being trained in the skills they will need to build a good life. Every participant in our small pilot class has been hired, and the second class is now working toward the same goal, with more classes to follow.

And in 2016 we opened the UA Lighthouse, an advanced manufacturing research facility that is a step toward bringing more good jobs to America and making more of our products right here in Baltimore. These are just some of the initiatives we have undertaken on behalf of our community and those who call Baltimore home, and we are just getting started.

We are always mindful of the responsibility that we have to those who choose our Brand, especially the young people who represent the bold and bright future of a diverse and inclusive America.

Our Brand mission is to make all athletes better through passion, design and the relentless pursuit of innovation. Our passion also extends to our teammates, our consumers and our community. We are always mindful of the responsibility that we have to those who choose our Brand, especially the young people who represent the bold and bright future of a diverse and inclusive America. While we will continue to engage with government to protect our teammates, our company and our city, I can promise you that we will never compromise these values. We will continue to stand for equality, diversity and opportunity for all. In a time of division, we aspire to be a force of unity, growth and optimism for our city and our country. I hope we will always make Baltimore proud.

Kevin Plank

Founder, Chairman and CEO of Under Armour

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Белорусские биатлонистки участвуют в индивидуальной гонке. Онлайн TUT!

После двухдневной паузы чемпионат мира по биатлону в австрийском Хохфильцине возобновляется женской индивидуальной гонкой на 15 километров.

Фото: Андрей АносовИменно в этой дисциплине завоевали медали на Олимпиаде в Сочи Дарья Домрачева и Надежда Скардино, а Дарья Юркевич стала третьей на первом этапе текущего Кубка мира.

Сегодня нашу команду представят Ирина Кривко (№5), Дарья Юркевич (№22), Надежда Скардино (№64) и Дарья Домрачева (№91).

Основные фавориты получили следующие стартовые номера: Татьяна Акимова (№9), Лиза Тереза Хаузер (№12), Анаис Бескон (№20), Габриэла Коукалова (№51), Марен Хаммершмидт (№54), Мари Дорен Абер (№75), Доротея Вирер (№76), Юлия Джима (№80), Тириль Экхофф (№81), Кайса Макарайнен (№83), Жюстин Брайсаз (№87), Франциска Хильдебранд (№88), Ванесса Хинц (№90), Анаис Шевалье (№92), Лаура Дальмайер (№93).

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Минское «Динамо» разгромило тольяттинскую «Ладу», забросив сопернику 8 шайб

Минское «Динамо» разгромило дома тольяттинскую «Ладу» в матче Континентальной хоккейной лиги — 8:3 (2:2, 4:1, 2:0).

Фото: Дарья Бурякина, TUT.BY«Динамо-Минск»: Скривенс (Лаланд); Лисовец — Готовец, Дрозд — Стась — Павлович (К); Граньяни — Коробов, Клинкхаммер (А) — Костицын (А) — Матерухин; Шинкевич — Хенкель, Палушай — Ковыршин — Петтерссон; Гаврус — Волков — Кулаков; Карабань.

«Лада»: Ежов (Масальскис); Сотниекс — Аронсон, Филатов — Иванов — Бумагин; Гуркин — Костромитин, Белоусов — Комаров — Шенфельд; Маленьких — Корягин, Рыбин — Ахметов — Зернов; Моренец — Семенов, Бочаров — Стрельцов — Валуйский.

Будет дополнено.

 

«Динамо-Минск»

 
8−3
 

«Лада»

Палушай 11`

Шинкевич 17`

Палушай 28`

Лисовец 33`

Клинкхаммер 39`

Клинкхаммер 40`

Петтерссон 47`

Петтерссон 47`

 

Иванов 17`

Иванов 20`

Валуйский 36`

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Минское «Динамо» громит «Ладу». Мультимедийный онлайн TUT!

Минское «Динамо» начинает последнюю домашнюю серию регулярного чемпионата КХЛ матчем с тольяттинской «Ладой».

Фото: Дарья Бурякина, TUT.BYНакануне игры стало известно, что из-за болезни матч пропустит главный тренер «Динамо» Крэйг Вудкрофт. Его во второй раз в сезоне заменит Рон Паско.

«Лада» уже потеряла шансы на выход в плей-офф, но игроки, не имеющие контрактов на следующий сезон, продолжат бороться до конца сезона.

 

«Динамо-Минск»

 
6−3
 

«Лада»

Палушай 11`

Шинкевич 17`

Палушай 28`

Лисовец 33`

Клинкхаммер 39`

Клинкхаммер 40` 

 

Иванов 17`

Иванов 20`

Валуйский 36`

 

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Минское «Динамо» сражается с «Ладой». Мультимедийный онлайн TUT!

Минское «Динамо» начинает последнюю домашнюю серию регулярного чемпионата КХЛ матчем с тольяттинской «Ладой».

Фото: Дарья Бурякина, TUT.BYНакануне игры стало известно, что из-за болезни матч пропустит главный тренер «Динамо» Крэйг Вудкрофт. Его во второй раз в сезоне заменит Рон Паско.

«Лада» уже потеряла шансы на выход в плей-офф, но игроки, не имеющие контрактов на следующий сезон, продолжат бороться до конца сезона.

 

«Динамо-Минск»

 
5−3
 

«Лада»

Палушай 11`

Шинкевич 17`

Палушай 28`

Лисовец 33`

Клинкхаммер 39`

 

Иванов 17`

Иванов 20`

Валуйский 36`

 

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Минское «Динамо» играет с «Ладой». Мультимедийный онлайн TUT!

Минское «Динамо» начинает последнюю домашнюю серию регулярного чемпионата КХЛ матчем с тольяттинской «Ладой».

Фото: Дарья Бурякина, TUT.BYНакануне игры стало известно, что из-за болезни матч пропустит главный тренер «Динамо» Крэйг Вудкрофт. Его во второй раз в сезоне заменит Рон Паско.

«Лада» уже потеряла шансы на выход в плей-офф, но игроки, не имеющие контрактов на следующий сезон, продолжат бороться до конца сезона.

 

«Динамо-Минск»

 
0−0
 

«Лада»

 

 

 

 

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Минское «Динамо» играет «Ладой». Мультимедийный онлайн TUT!

Минское «Динамо» начинает последнюю домашнюю серию регулярного чемпионата КХЛ матчем с тольяттинской «Ладой».

Фото: Дарья Бурякина, TUT.BYНакануне игры стало известно, что из-за болезни матч пропустит главный тренер «Динамо» Крэйг Вудкрофт. Его во второй раз в сезоне заменит Рон Паско.

«Лада» уже потеряла шансы на выход в плей-офф, но игроки, не имеющие контрактов на следующий сезон, продолжат бороться до конца сезона.

 

«Динамо-Минск»

 
0−0
 

«Лада»

 

 

 

 

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