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The regions of the Far Eastern Federal District are among the outsiders in the ranking of residents' involvement in small business.
In Russia, the least population is employed in the small business of the Far East. At the same time, in the Khabarovsk Territory, the share of employed exceeds 20%, as in Moscow and St. Petersburg, and in Primorye - exceeds the average Russian indicators and is 16%.
Khabarovsk Territory ranks fifth in the ranking of regions in terms of population involvement in small business, Primorye is located on the 21 line. The worst result in Chukotka is 77-place from 85.
In the remaining Far Eastern regions the situation is more complicated. According to RIA News", the share of people employed in small businesses is in the range from 5% to 10%, for example, in Transbaikalia - 7,1%, in Chukotka - 7,6%, in Buryatia - 7,7%. The low rate is largely due to a significant proportion of the informal sector of the economy, which provides employment to a significant number of the population.