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Primorsky region is a territory for development

The Primorsky Territory stands out among the Russian regions of special geopolitical significance; the success of the Far East federal policy implementation largely depends on the dynamism of its development.


Favorable geographical location

Close proximity to Asia Pacific and Northeast Asia markets. It shares borders with 3 states: China, Japan and North Korea. There are 5 road and 2 railway border crossings.

Special economic regimes

Zones with special regimes of customs, tax and administrative regulation: 4 priority development areas, 16 regions of the free port of Vladivostok, an offshore zone on Russky Island.

Center for Education and Science

There are 15 universities in Vladivostok with more than 50,000 students. The region's leading university is located here - the Far Eastern Federal University and the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Highly developed transport infrastructure

The Trans-Siberian Railway and sea routes from 6 ice-free ports originate in Primorye. Knevichi International Airport receives over 2 million passengers a year. International highways "Primorye-1" and "Primorye-2" are under construction.

Cheap electricity

The Primorsky Territory has one of the lowest electricity tariffs for businesses in the Russian Far East and among the Asia-Pacific countries. The average tariff is 3.94 rubles per 1 kWh.

Logistic hub

Transit junction of land and sea transport routes between Europe and the countries of the Asia-Pacific region. It has A class warehouse complexes.

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