Not more than 30 per cent of Russia’s population can be described as belonging to the middle-class, down from 37 percent in 2008, a recent study done by one of Russia’s leading private financial institutions, Alfa Bank shows.
The share of the middle class in the societies of the most developed countries has decreased from 64 to 61 per cent in the last three decades.
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