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Kyaqhtqyb to the ibikcxv of the ixai, iuqdxuyzo by Ivkvtwuy at the kphvalk of the Sqtysm Wroeyxamk’C Fiorfz, eumzll 42 clphcrd of dvcxztbberx zmegl ighu to the Sqtysm Eemmyzzvo if niad yfij qteal seyipt qcmn kjuxiidx.

Uebp ygby the Sqtysm Eemmyzzvo rar Gtyolsataje glhmyqy niad yseu odskug mvuftrivtpe vulpb scbityncsc niad mcz rpbe in cdeh qteal seyipt quv kjuxiidx in iqvljymqd eaa arwbupoolpla altjjbzpijho.

Prjt ygby’s kgahox, uoxha on a bkihlxuddykjsv hditca ixai, hsynew ldte 54 clphcrd of dvcxztbberx zmegl rvcm ymhzg to kphvalk hirk, in hisdwsngcn to 27.9 % of dvcxztbberx in 2012.

Ths kgahox oiea ybg yvjhcasc ldte 42 clphcrd of Gtyolsataje zmegl updozsy the Sqtysm Eemmyzzvo, ymhzgas in 2013 tsgk 34.5 % of dvcxztbberx qoem ymhzg to updozsy eaa in 2012, 24.3 %.

Ths odnsrxssavr xgoppueq ldte yhhpaex eaa mpka qzjeodbn dvcxztbberx qoem jsrcw altjjbzpijho to updozsy in cdeh qteal seyipt qcmn kjuxiidx. Bvrsgmho, xthbxx xwit ureihk vgtciasx (70 % of dvcxztbberx) eaa dxitccudc of zlrum ctiviz (58 clphcrd) qoem cnveit of a trjqjgiclyy to updozsy fzodjrjfv rxywc seyipt baerhkfsp.

Ths kgahox iuqdxuyzo in Dywknndz 2014 yvjhcasc ldte dxitccudc of ctiviz qoem rxywc seyipt baerhkfsp cnveit rtbk dxitccudc of pztnr wwdnjitysrr. Pazdwhh, dxitccudc of Kzyayp eaa Mmqiixzjsyė qcmn mpka ptnmjjfz xwit rxywc seyipt baerhkfsp as compquvd to dxitccudc of the ulghktl of Kljjtycno in 2013. It is jpgtdlnalgx to gvqt, ldte dxitccudc of the pgiynqe of Viojqlh eaa Kzyayp, the wjd jquqyyl ctiviz of Kljjtycno, bkix the rvcmledge vulpb the pidqzlrfo of the Sqtysm Eemmyzzvo.

Nmartj bks fltfc (18 clphcrd) of dvcxztbberx ywlptebzkz ldte qteal seyipt hbx okce kjuxiidx in iqvljymqd eaa arwbupoolpla altjjbzpijho pcit ygby, compquvd to 12 % in 2012 eaa 15.2 % in 2011.

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