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Khabarovsk Territory for the year "fell" in the number of small and micro enterprises

Khabarovsk Territory for the year "fell" in the number of small and micro enterprises
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Economic activity in the DFO regions continues to decline. Practically in all regions of the county last year and at the beginning of this, the number of small and micro enterprises has consistently decreased. The worst situation is in the Khabarovsk Territory.

According to the Khabarovskstat, for the year in the Magadan region, the number of small and micro enterprises decreased from 2417 to 2359. In the Jewish autonomy, the number of small enterprises has decreased from 181 to 161 (data on the change in the number of micro enterprises is not yet available). In the most economically active Primorye, the number of small and micro enterprises for the year decreased from 42 400 to 41565. Perhaps only Chukotka Autonomous Region stands out on this list - the total number of small and micro enterprises over the year increased from 367 to 374.

The most alarming situation was in the Khabarovsk Territory - over the year the region “lost” more than 1 700 small and micro enterprises. A year ago, 27 655 enterprises of this sphere were registered in the region, now 25 914. Enterprises in the region “leave” such sectors as healthcare, agriculture and forestry, manufacturing, gas and steam supply, wholesale and retail trade, transportation and storage, social services, hotels and public catering enterprises, information and communication activities, financial and insurance activities, real estate operations, as well as professional, scientific and technical activities.