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The Number of NRS Offices has Increased to 67

National Recovery Service opened 4 new offices last May in Cherepovets, Kostroma, Blagoveshchensk and Ulan-Ude.

These offices will be responsible for the actual cities and their vicinity within 100 km, and NRS’ regional network now operates in 67 cities.

Cherepovets – a major city in the Vologda Oblast with a population of about 315,738 inhabitants.

Kostroma – the administrative center of the Kostroma Oblast, a major river port. Population representing 268,742 inhabitants.

Blagoveshchensk – the third largest city in Russia’s Far East to welcome a NRS office. The city is the administrative center of the Amursk Oblast and the fifth largest city in the eastern part of Russia.

Ulan-Ude – is the capital of the Republic of Buryatia with a population of 411,600 inhabitants.

According to data from the Central Bank of the Russian Federation as of May 1, 2013, the level of liability in the Vologda Oblast represents 70.3 billion rubles, while the arrears represent 2.8 billion rubles, which in turn stands for 3.4% of the overall attributed loans. The percentage of amounts overdue in the Kostroma Oblast represents 5.4%, i.e. 26.1 billion rubles in retail credit with 1.4 billion in arrears. A similar situation is present in the Amursk Oblast with 58.4 billion rubles with 1.7 billion rubles in arrears, and in the Republic of Buryatia – 74.1 and 2.9 billion rubles accordingly.