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Khabarovsk Territory collapsed in federal investment rating
Investment attractiveness of the Far Eastern regions continues to raise questions. According to the results of the national rating of the state of the investment climate, compiled by the federal agency of strategic initiatives, there were no best DFD regions in this area in the top 20. The Khabarovsk Territory should be attributed to the most “alarming” movements - the region “flew” right away to the 22 position compared to last year.
The rating scorecard was developed taking into account the best domestic and international experience aimed at assessing the state of the investment climate. This year, the rating was calculated on 44 indicators in four areas: the regulatory environment (quality of public services for business); institutions for business (availability and quality of tools to protect and improve the investment environment); infrastructure and resources (availability and quality of infrastructure); small business support.
Regions of the Far East are not included in the upper 20-ku. It is obvious that in these areas all Far Eastern subjects are not in the best shape. The Khabarovsk Territory, in particular, had chances to improve its position over the past year, however, on the contrary, it went down to the 22 level and now takes the place of 39. The region almost returned to the 2017 indicator of the year when it was at the 40 stage.
In the last year, a record increase in the decline of small and micro enterprises, a large outflow of the population and too high public debt are recorded in the province. Direct work with investors is also having an impact - in the center of Khabarovsk, for a long time, the huge shopping center “Happiness” stands in a “frozen” state; authorities censure. Raises issues and transport openness of the region for investors. The region, for example, practically does not start up foreign airlines at its main airport and has an order of magnitude fewer flights to the APR countries than neighboring Primorye. There, in turn, this year they plan to attract several more new airlines from the countries of Asia Pacific.