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Creating a friendly environment for investors is the priority for our government, because the Irkutsk region has all the opportunities for advanced development. Its unique geopolitical location, rich stock of natural resources, localization of big manufactures and scientific centres — all these create the necessary conditions for the realization of big projects in the science-driven industry.

Building the industrial clusters in the region involves infrastructure integration with Krasnoyarsk Territory and the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), as well as the rebirth of small aircraft manufacture in the Buryat Republic and the Trans-Baikal Territory. There are plans for creating a transregional tourism cluster "Baikal Ring".

We are opened to cooperation; we keep our obligations and are ready to imlement the boldest and biggest projects in our region.

Governor of Irkutsk region
Sergey Levchenko
 
  • Centre administratif

    Irkoutsk 

  • District fédéral

    District fédéral sibérien

  • Distance jusqu'à Moscou

    5042 km

    Moscou—Irkoutsk  — 6 heures

  • Fuseau horaire

    UTC+9/MSK+5

  • Population

    2415.00 un million de personnes

    4.50% de la population maîtrise l'anglais

  • Superficie de la région

    774,8 mille km2

 

Indicateurs économiques

  • Produit régional brut

    796 587 milliards
    ₽ 329 142,70 milliards mille par habitant
  • Volume d’investissements directs étrangers

    $ 472,40 millions
    $ 195,60 par habitant
  • Investissements dans le capital fixe

    192,46 mille roubles
    ₽ 79 639 mille par habitant
  • Niveau de chômage enregistré

    8,80 %
  • Importance relative des entreprises rentables

    71,40 %
  • Average cost of living

    8 629
  • Rémunération mensuelle moyenne

    31 408
Produit régional brut
milliards mille par habitant
Volume d’investissements directs étrangers
Investissements dans le capital fixe
Fixed investment per capita
Niveau de chômage enregistré
Rémunération mensuelle moyenne
Importance relative des entreprises rentables

Situation géographique et climat

Villes principales

  •  

    Irkutsk

    612,97 mille personnes

  •  

    Bratsk

    238,83 mille personnes

  •  

    Angarsk

    229,59 mille personnes

 
 
Jours de soleil par an Niveau moyen de précipitations par an
218 39 mm
Température journalière de janvier Température journalière de juillet
-14°С 24°С
Période de plantation, de végétation et de récolte Durée d'enneigement
7 de mois 5 de mois
Zone naturelle
Forêts mixtes
Taïga
 

Ressources naturelles

  • Ressources minérales

    Fer
    17.4 billion t
    Or
    2.3 thousand t
    Potasse
    505 million t
  • Ressources minérales combustibles

    Pétrole
    853 million t
    Gaz naturel
    4 trillion cubic m
  • Autres ressources

    Ressources forestières The region has unique forest resources. Wooded land covers 64.3 million hectares, or 83% of the territory. Predominant species in the forested area are larch (28.8%), pine (24, 2%), cedar (10.8%), spruce (5%), birch (5%) and aspen (4.3%). In terms of timber harvesting the region is on the 1st place among the members of the Russian Federation. Timber reserve is 9.1 billion cubic m, of which 5 billion cubic m are mature and overmature stands.

    Ressources en eau The region is located in the Angara-Lena artesian basin of mineral waters, represented by three hundred sources (lots of them are used for commercial purposes as a resourse of drinking water). The main water artery - river Angara with a cascade of reservoirs, Lena river Lower Tunguska. The lake fund includes lake Baikal — the world's largest fresh water reservoir with a volume of 23,000 km3 — that is 20% of the world's surface fresh water and more than 90% of its reserves in Russia.

 
 

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