GDP in Razgrad district continues to grow. The average monthly pension is the lowest in the country. The performance of the labor market in the district is poor, though in the past year there have been some positive trends. Investment activity remains low. The density of the road network is relatively high, but the share of highways and first-class roads, as well as that of road surfaces in good condition, is extremely low. The average level of local taxes levied by the local municipalities is lower than the national average. The share of own revenues in the total revenues of the district’s municipalities is decreasing and remains low.

Razgrad is among the three districts with under 50% of the population living in urban areas. Students’ results are extremely low. Razgrad is one of the districts with the most acute shortage of doctors – both GPs and specialist physicians. The number of crimes in the district is relatively low and their detection rate is high. Razgrad ranks last among all the districts in terms of the indicators for the environment. The share of population living in settlements with a public sewerage network is the lowest in the whole country. Cultural life and tourism in Razgrad district retain their relatively low intensity.

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