Private business avoids paying allocations to Pension Fund, Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov said at a meeting of the Federation of employers of Ukraine, ForUm correspondent reports.

Azarov informed that according to the statistics the allocations to the Pension Fund from the state and private enterprises are approximately the same, while the share of the state sector in GDP is significantly smaller than the one of the private sector.

"The state, communal and budget sectors have allocated 50.5 milliard hryvnias for the last 10 months, and the private capital allocated 51 milliard hryvnias. The state share in GDP is only 14%, while the share of the private sector is 86%. Tell me why there is such misbalance," the Premier said.

In addition Azarov informed that for the last 10 month the budge of the Pension Fund has made 210 milliard hryvnias with only 102 milliard of allocation. Another 20 milliard hryvnias are expected for November - December. Hence, the deficit of the Pension Fund is 90 milliard hryvnias, Azarov pointed out.

"We must find 90 milliard hryvnias somewhere, and we take them from the state budget. That's why the average pension in our country is so small - about 1300 hryvnias," the PM emphasized.

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