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Saint Petersburg is one of the most actively developing regions in Russia. It has an enormous investment potential. The main advantages of Saint Petersburg are its profitable geopolitical position, its developed and diversified economy, and its efficient transportation network. Furthermore, the professional personnel and intellectual resources of the city attract foreign investors. These are valuable resources for making the innovations and industry development.

Located on the shore of the Baltic Sea, Saint Petersburg is contiguous with countries of the European Union. Among European cities Saint Petersburg occupies the third position in terms of the population (5 million people) and comes right after Moscow and London. 

Saint Petersburg is one of the most important economic centres of the Russian Federation. Various international companies operate in Saint‑Petersburg such as Coca‑Cola, PepsiCo, Wrigley, Kraft Jacobs, Gillette, Bosch und Siemens Hausgerate GmbH, Knauf, Lucent Technologies, Sungwoo Hitech, Foxconn, Alcan Packaging, OTIS, British American Tobacco, Toyota, General Motors, Nissan, Hyundai, Scania and many others.

Moreover, a number of widely‑known industrial brands from Saint Petersburg operate on the international markets. Among those are Kirovsky Zavod; The Izhorskie Plants; the Joint Stock Company “Power Machines”; as well as enterprises for military and civil shipbuilding: The Northern Shipyard, the Baltic Plant, and the Admiralty Shipyards.

Such Russian both state and private companies as the navigation company “Sovkomflot”, oil company “Gazprom Neft”, the largest petrochemical holding in Russia “Sibur Holding”, the mining company “Polymetall”, the power‑machine building company “Power Machines”, and the most important Russian brewery company “Baltica”, together with many others, have their headquarters in Saint Petersburg.

Furthermore, Saint Petersburg is one of the most important transport centers and is located on the intersection of the transport routes connecting Scandinavia and Europe as well as central regions of Russia and the countries of the Baltics. One of the largest ports of the Russian Federation, the seaport of Saint Petersburg, processes 65% of the entire exports of the country. Saint Petersburg “Pulkovo Airport” makes it possible to get to European countries in less than 2.5 hours.

Saint Petersburg has been included in the list of the world heritage sites of UNESCO, and is an important European center of tourism. Each year more than 5 million tourists visit Saint Petersburg.

Governor of Saint Petersburg
Georgiy Poltavchenko
 
  • VERWALTUNGZENTRUM

    Sankt Petersburg

  • FÖDERATIONSKREIS

    Nordwestrussland

  • Entfernung vom Moskau

    696 km

    Moskau—Sankt Petersburg — 1 Uhr 10 Minuten

  • ZEITZONE

    UTC+3/MSK

  • BEVÖLKERUNG

    5192.00 Mio. Menschen

    13.80% der Bevölkerung spricht Englisch

  • REGIONSFLÄCHE

    1,4 Tausend km2

 

Wirtschafts-kennzahlen

  • Bruttoregionalprodukt

    2 496 549,10 Mrd.
    ₽ 491 449,50 Taus. pro Kopf
  • Bruttoregionalprodukt

    $ 7 912,10 Mio.
    ₽ 1 523,90 pro Kopf
  • Investitionen in sachvermögen

    502,62 Mio.
    ₽ 97 372 pro Kopf
  • Offizielle arbeitslosenquote

    1,40 %
  • Anteil der gewinnunternehmen

    70,20 %
  • Average cost of living

    8 479
  • Durchschnittslohn

    40 697
Bruttoregionalprodukt
GRP per capita
Bruttoregionalprodukt
Investitionen in sachvermögen
Fixed investment per capita
Offizielle arbeitslosenquote
Durchschnittslohn
Anteil der gewinnunternehmen

GEOGRAPHISCHE LAGE UND KLIMA

GRÖßTE STÄDTE

  •  

    Saint Petersburg

    5131 Tausend Menschen

 

Meere

  • Ostsee

Nachbarstaaten

  • Finnland
 
SONNENTAGE IM JAHR DURCHSCHNITTLICHE JÄHRLICHE NIEDERSCHLÄGE
72 625 mm
Tagestemperaturen im Januar Tagestemperaturen im Juli
-4,6°С 22,1°С
ZEIT DER PFLANZUNG, DES WACHSTUMS UND DER ERNTE DAUER DER SCHNEEDECKE
5 Monats 3 Monats
NATURGEBIET
Mischwälder
 

NATÜRLICHE RESSOURCEN

  • MINERALRESSOURCEN

    Sand
    Bausand
  • WEITERE RESSOURCEN

    Wasserressourcen

 
 

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