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Dear partners!

Trans-Baikal Territory has a great potential for the implementation of major investment projects, primarily for the development of natural and mineral resources and infrastructure development.

In recent years we implemented a set of measures to create favorable conditions for all economic entities, investment activity.

Trans-Baikal Territory has gold, copper, zinc, lead, carbon, zeolites and magnesite deposits. It produces almost the entire Russian uranium and tungsten. Trans-Baikal Territory provides two-thirds of Russian tantalum and one-third of molybdenum and fluorspar. Most of the province is covered with forests.

Major investment projects of Trans-Baikal Territory are associated with the development of the mining industry in the South East (Zabaikalsk territorial mining complex) and North (Charskii territorial industrial complex area of BAM), where a number of large concentrated deposits of ferrous, non-ferrous, precious metals and coal is found.

Trans-Baikal Territory is home to the largest international road and rail border crossing points in eastern Russia -- they are a part of the shortest land ways of transporting goods from Asia to Europe.

We are eager to preserve the historical and natural wealth of our land, to make it attractive for those who wish are visiting us as a tourist. In the end our efforts are aimed at improving the quality of life in the Trans-Baikal Territory.

All this allows us to consider our region as one of the most attractive for investors. Trans-Baikal Territory is opened for the business, and we are glad to cooperate with anyone who is interested in the development of our land.

Governor of Trans-Baikal Territory
Konstantin Ilkovsky
 
  • Centre administratif

    Tchita

  • District fédéral

    District fédéral sibérien

  • Distance jusqu'à Moscou

    6074 km

    Moscou—Tchita — 6 heures

  • Fuseau horaire

    UTC+11/MSK+7

  • Population

    1087.00 un million de personnes

    2.70% de la population maîtrise l'anglais

  • Superficie de la région

    431,9 mille km2

 

Indicateurs économiques

  • Produit régional brut

    229 782 milliards
    ₽ 210 277,30 milliards mille par habitant
  • Volume d’investissements directs étrangers

    $ 110,90 millions
    $ 102 par habitant
  • Investissements dans le capital fixe

    65,18 mille roubles
    ₽ 59 860 mille par habitant
  • Niveau de chômage enregistré

    10 %
  • Importance relative des entreprises rentables

    58,90 %
  • Average cost of living

    8 636
  • Rémunération mensuelle moyenne

    29 319
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

  •  

    Chita

    334 mille personnes

  •  

    Krasnokamensk

    55 mille personnes

  •  

    Borzya

    30 mille personnes

  •  

    Petrovsk-Zabaykalsky

    17 mille personnes

 
 
Jours de soleil par an Niveau moyen de précipitations par an
284 280 mm
Température journalière de janvier Température journalière de juillet
-30°С 25°С
Période de plantation, de végétation et de récolte Durée d'enneigement
5 de mois 3 de mois
Zone naturelle
Steppe boisée
Taïga
 

Ressources naturelles

  • Ressources minérales

    Or
    685 t
    Cuivre
    25 mln tonnes
    Fer
    3 bn tonnes
  • Ressources minérales combustibles

    Houille
    2,2 bn tonnes
    Lignite
    4 bn tonnes
  • Autres ressources

    Ressources en terres Vast areas of forest (80,7% of the whole area).
    Pastures occupy 5.8% of all forest lands.
    The most valuable is agricultural land (764

    Ressources forestières Trans-Baikal Territory is one of the richest in Russia in terms of forest resources. The region takes the eighth place by the sizes of timber fund. The general stocks of the wood are estimated at 2.7 billion cubic meters.
    Coniferous breeds are predominantly represented by a larch (82,1%), 12,5% — a pine, the rest is shared by a cedar, a fir-tree, a fir. There are two state biosphere reserves in the region, two national parks, 17 sanctuaries, 2 of them of federal and 15 of regional significance.

 
 

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