Kamchatka is a truly unique territory, one of the few places in the world with picturesque scenery and pristine wilderness. The special image of Kamchatka is formed by incredible landscapes, volcanoes, geysers, thermal and mineral sources, glaciers, and snow-covered slopes.
I would like to accentuate that the development of the economy and attraction of investments in the region are the most important areas of focus in this region's policy. We are always open to the possibility of cooperation and ready to assist in realization of all initiatives, ranging from creating favorable conditions for business to joint maintenance of investment projects.
Dear friends, hopefully, this investment portal will inspire you towards new beginnings and trigger new points of growth in economy of the region. I guarantee full support to all the business initiatives in the region, and I assure you the government of Kamchatka will become a reliable partner.
The Kamchatka territory has enormous investment potential. Due to huge deposits of water resources, the region is listed as the main destination for the fishing industry; enormous deposits of minerals serve as a basis for many industries. Distinctive features of this region have created fine opportunities for the development of many kinds of tourism.
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地区生产总值₽ 131,56 10亿₽ 410,86 10亿
外国直接投资额$ 46,90 百万$ 147,90 人均千
固定资本投资₽ 25,2 人均千卢布₽ 79 101 人均千
Average cost of living₽ 15 786
月平均工资₽ 53 167
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- 213,6 tonnes
- 41,3 thousand tonne
- 765,2 kilograms
- 21895 million m3
- 260824 thousand tonnes
渔业资源 1,7-1,8 million tonnes of sea fish, 150-250 thousand tonnes of Pacific salmon, up to 20 thousand tonnes of crab are annually drawn from the Kamchatka region rivers and seas. The Kamchatka region accounts for 31,7 % of the total catch of the Far East fishery basin and 21,1 % - of the Russian Federation.
再生资源 283 mineral water springs (160 termal) are identified in the Kamchatka region. High-mineralization muds of Lake Utiny are estimated at 70,5 thousands m3. The Kamchatka Region has 119 specially protected natural areas occupying 5224,3 thousand hectares or 11,25% of available land.