Since January through August 2018, the incomes of the Russian-annexed Crimea made 89 billion Russian rubles (4.6 billion U.S. dollars); 59 billion of those were uncompensated receipts. The so-called Finance Ministry of Crimea reported that as quoted by Ukrainska Pravda outlet.
'(...) the overall incomes comprise of tax and non-tax revenues, which made 30.3 billion rubles (34 percent from the overall amount), while the uncompensated receipts make 66 percent', reads the message.
The sum of incomes has been clearly been increasing year by year. In the same period of time in 2015, it totaled 16 billion rubles, in 2016 - 23.5, in 2017 - 26.1.
In December 2017, the occupied peninsula's government admitted it needs grants in aid from Russia.