In June 2019, Georgia’s
subsistence minimum decreased by GEL 2 compared
to the previous month.
According to the National Statistics Office of Georgia, the subsistence minimum for working- age male made GEL 188.1 in June, while in May - GEL 190.1.
Compared with the same period of 2018, the subsistence minimum for working- age men increased by GEL 15.1 in June, in June 2018 it amounted to GEL 173.
According to Sakstat data, subsistence minimum for average consumer decreased by GEL 1.8 in June and amounted to GEL 166.6 in June compared to May, the subsistence minimum for the average family decreased by GEL 3.4 and amounted to GEL 315.5. It’s worth mentioning that the subsistence minimum for average family increased by GEL 25.3 compared to June 2018.