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The turnover of companies of the Khabarovsk Territory for six months increased to 405,5 billion rubles

At an enlarged meeting of the Government of the Khabarovsk Territory under the leadership of the Vice-Governor Sergey Shchetnev, they discussed the results of work and development plans for the region until the end of 2014, the administration's press service reports.

Deputy Chairman of the Krai Government - Minister of Economic Development and Foreign Relations of the Krai Viktor Kalashnikov made a report.

He said that the turnover of organizations for 6 months 2014 year for all types of economic activity reached 405,5 billion rubles with growth in current prices for 13,8 percent. The volume of shipped goods of its own production amounted to 248,4 billion rubles and increased by 19,4 percent.

The volume of industrial production increased by 0,7 percent compared to the corresponding period of the 2013 year, including the volume of manufacturing activities - by 2,6 percent. In mining, there was an increase of 2,9 percent.

According to preliminary estimates, the volume of investments in fixed assets for 6 months 2014 of the year for large organizations amounted to 38,9 billion rubles, which is 0,3 percent higher than the level of the corresponding period of 2013 year.

On 1 July 2014, the number of officially registered unemployed amounted to 11,4 thousand people, which is 2,7 thousand people less than in the same period last year. The level of officially registered unemployment of the economically active population was on the edge of 1,5 percent against 1,9 percent in the first half of the year 2013.

Vice-Governor Sergey Shchetnev stressed that attracting investment remains a priority for the regional authorities. Currently, the region is working to create favorable conditions for this: legislation in the field of public-private partnership has been improved, organizational, financial and property support is provided to investors, and the necessary infrastructure is being formed.

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