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Dear ladies and gentlemen!

Today Kuzbass is known not only as one of the strongest industrial centers of Russia, but also as a region with highly developed agriculture and significant achievements in construction, science, health, culture, and tourism. In some areas of the economy, we are one of the leaders in Siberia and Russia.

Trying to attract investment to Kuzbass, we have created favorable business conditions and have taken measures to protect the interests of investors. We support innovation and production, giving tax breaks to small and medium-sized businesses, residents of industrial parks and favorable economic zones. On behalf of the administration and the residents of Kemerovo region, I invite you to explore the economic and recreational potential of Kuzbass. Kuzbass is open for mutually beneficial cooperation.

 

Governor of Kemerovo region
Aman Tuleev
 
  • 行政中心

    克麦罗沃

  • 联邦区

    西伯利亚联邦区

  • 离莫斯科的距离

    2990 公里

    莫斯科市—克麦罗沃 — 4点 20 分钟

  • 时区

    UTC+7/MSK+3

  • 人口

    2725.00 百万

    2.80懂英语的比例

  • 区域面积

    95,7 数千平方公里

 

经济指数

  • 地区生产总值

    668 311,90 10亿
    ₽ 244 064,20 10亿
  • 外国直接投资额

    $ 477,50 百万
    $ 175,20 人均千
  • 固定资本投资

    239,73 人均千卢布
    ₽ 87 829 人均千
  • 失业率

    6,20 %
  • 赢利企业比重

    60,30 %
  • Average cost of living

    7 569
  • 月平均工资

    26 809
地区生产总值
GRP per capita
外国直接投资额
固定资本投资
Fixed investment per capita
失业率
月平均工资
赢利企业比重

地理位置和气候

大型城市

  •  

    Novokuznetsk

    549 成千上万的人

  •  

    Kemerovo

    542 成千上万的人

  •  

    Prokopyevsk

    203 成千上万的人

 
 
年光照日 年平均降雨量
263 38 毫米
一月 七月白天气温
-13°С 25°С
播种期、生长和收获期 覆雪期
5 月 5 月
自然区
混交林
原始森林
 

自然资源

  • 矿资源

    2.15 billion t
    石墨
    4.5 million t
  • 可燃矿产

    煤炭
    733.4 billion t
    泥炭
    120.5 million t
  • 其他资源

    水资源 32.109 rivers with a total length of 76.479 km flow through Kemerovo region

    森林资源 The region is located in subtaiga and forest-steppe zones. Forests cover about 42% of the territory. The dominant tree species are pine, fir, spruce, cedar, aspen and birch.

 
 

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