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In the Far East, migration loss fell by 43% over 9 months
The loss of population (migrants) of the Far East declined by 43%, according to Rosstat data for 9 months of this year. For nine months 2015, the difference between those who left and arrived in the Far Eastern Federal District was 17 971 thousand people. The natural increase in the Far Eastern Federal District slightly decreased, only by 0,2%. Last September, it was 5,6 thousand people, in the current - 5,5 thousand people. The highest natural growth rate was recorded in Yakutia - 7,6% The migration loss from Chukotka was more than tripled, and the difference between those who left and those who came from Yakutia decreased by 41,5%. From the Primorsky Territory fewer people left, similarly, almost to 30%, and in the Jewish Autonomous Region this figure was reduced by 23,5%. As for the Amur region, migration loss there, on the contrary, increased by 5,5%. On Sakhalin migration loss was only 9 people, compared to last year, when it was 440 people. .