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Khabarovsk region loses its attractiveness for investors
In the Khabarovsk Territory, a decrease in the industrial production index (IPP) was observed. According to the latest data from the Khabarovskstat, in January-May of this year, the IPP was 96,8% compared to the same period last year.
The industrial production index is one of the main indicators, which makes it possible to understand whether there was an increase in production or a decline in the region. The increase in this indicator indicates the growth of the economy and has a positive effect on the investment climate, recession - on the contrary. IPP is one of the main indicators, benchmarks for the investor. It is used to predict future cash flow, as well as project returns.
The reduction affected such activities as coal mining, wood processing, furniture production, printing, the production of medicines and materials used for medical purposes, the production of beverages, production, transmission and distribution of electricity, purification and distribution of water. The largest decline was noted in the production of paper and paper products - 56, 4% by last year. The production of electrical equipment fell almost five times - to 23, 9% over the same period last year.
Do not add optimism to investors and private examples of work in the territory. Thus, in the regional center, for the sixth year in a row, judicial “swings” against the huge “Happiness” shopping center have been built. The building is “demolished”, then they are again trying to leave it in place. Another object is even more voluminous. shopping and entertainment complexerected on the bank of the Amur, causes frequent complaints from the authorities. And quite a recent example - the scandal around the ski base "Spartak"which resulted in the question of building up almost 400 hectares of land near Khabarovsk hung in the air. In fact, most of the current investment projects in the Khabarovsk Territory were launched as early as the leadership of the region by the team of the ex-governor Shport.
Perhaps the second half of the year for the region will be more successful. The IPP will change the “trend” and the region with 39 a place in the federal rating of investment attractiveness will again be able to rise in the top twenty. However, so far the prerequisites for this are not observed.