The Jewish Autonomous Region has a convenient geographic location. It is situated close to the Pacific Ocean and has access to the ocean through the Amur River`s waterway. The territory is built along the trans-siberian railroad. The railroad is the shortest way from Western Europe and Middle East to the Asian-Pacific countries.
The Jewish Autonomous region includes natural resources like stream gold, tin, iron and manganese fields; it also includes brown coal and peat deposits.
The industrial facilities of the region are focused on wood, building materials and cement production. To improve the quality of the products and the competitiveness, the facilities conduct renovation and implement new technologies.
The region areas are suitable for development and further cultivation, haymaking and pasturage. Because of the natural forage grassland there are many possibilities for the cattle breeding development. The region is capable of providing itself with dairy and vegetables.
The extensive road system of the region connects the settlements with each other and with the regional center.
We are open for investment opportunities and welcome energetic businessmen. We are welcoming you to our region and are happy to work with you!
Distance to Moscow
Moscow—Khabarovsk-Birobidzhan — 7 hours 40 minutes
169.00 million people
2.80% english speaking population
Area of the Region
36,3 thousand sq km
Gross Regional Product₽ 37 885,40 billion₽ 220 875 thousand per person
Foreign Direct Investment$ 63,20 million$ 374 per person
Fixed investment₽ 10,75 million₽ 63 493 per person
Unemployment rate8,70 %
Percentage of profitable companies58,20 %
Average cost of living₽ 10 670
Average monthly wage₽ 29 439
Geographical location and climate
74,8 K people
8,8 K people
|Sunny days||Average annual rainfall|
|Average January temperature||Average July temperature|
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- 520 M tonnes
- 15 M tonnes
- 8.7 M tonnes
- 55 deposits
- Brown coal
- 55 M tons
Forest resources Timberland occupies 39% of the region`s territory or 2 million 286 thousand hectares. 170 thousand hectares are occu[ied by the most valuable cedar forest, 223 thousand hectares - spruce-fir forests, 145 thousand hectares - deciduous forests. Timber resources consist of 167 million cubic meters.
Land resources Land resources constitute 3 million 626 thousand 6 hundred hectares. There are 391 thousand hectares of farmlands, including 136,1 thousand hectares of cropland. The cropland can be enlarged by 3-4 times with the land reclamation