Russia Pavilion

Regional Centers of Export Support

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    The Belgorod Region is situated in the center of the European part of Russia, on the southern and southeastern slopes of the Central Russian Upland. The most developed industries in Belgorod Region are machine building, mining, metallurgy, building materials, and food processing.

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    The Chelyabinsk Region is one of the largest economic regions of the Russian Federation. The region has significant industrial, labor and scientific potential, a diverse resource base, well-developed infrastructure and a favorable transport and geographical location as well as unique natural and climatic conditions.The region is crossed by federal highways and the South Urals Railway, a branch of the Trans-Siberian Railway.

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    The Ivanovo region’s economy is based on industrial production (17% of the gross regional product), dominated by the textile and clothing industry. The production of food, metallurgy, vehicles, machinery and equipment also contribute greatly to the region’s economy.

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    The Kaliningrad region’s economy, due to its particular geographical location relative to the mainland of Russia, has always been characterized by a number of specific features, along with several periods of radical restructuring and export orientation. The most important branches of the economy of this region are industry, tourism and recreation.

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    The Kaluga Region is an actively developing region of the Russian Federation. The economy of the Kaluga Region is largely determined by its favorable economic and geographical location in the central part of the Russian Federation, an efficient investment policy and the consistent implementation of large-scale projects in the field of industrial and agricultural production.

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    The Krasnodar Krai region is located in Southern Russia. Its landscape and climate diversity, as well as an abundance of natural resources offer wide opportunities for economic development of the region. The Krai is known for its well developed agro-industrial complex and tourism industry.

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    Kurgan is one of the most important economic, scientific and cultural centers and a major transport hub of the Southern Urals. The region is an important industrial center for medium engineering, as well as the chemical and military industries. Local enterprises also produce medicine, oil and gas equipment and pipeline fittings. Kurgan is well known for its scientific center “Restorative Traumatology and Orthopedics” named after the academician G.A. Ilizarov.

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    The leading industries in the Republic of Mari El are machine building and metal processing (production of metal-cutting tools, instruments, automation equipment, technological equipment for logging and timber floating, etc.). Other well-developed industries include timber, woodworking, pulp and paper, light industry and food processing.

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    The Moscow Region is a west Russian region surrounding the national capital, Moscow. The oblast is highly industrialized, with its main industrial branches being metallurgy, oil refining, and mechanical engineering, food, energy, and chemical industries.

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    Murmansk is the world’s largest city located above the Arctic Circle. Murmansk is situated on the rocky eastern coast of the Kola Bay in the Barents Sea. It is one of the largest ports in Russia. Thanks to the warm North Atlantic Current, Murmansk is an ice-free port, which distinguishes it from the ports of northern and north-western Russia.

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    The Nizhny Novgorod Region is one of Russia’s largest industrial centers with a high share of industry in the economy. In terms of the volume of manufactured goods shipped by manufacturing enterprises, the region is among the top ten Russian regions.

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    The region is a leader in agricultural production in the Volga Federal District and the Russian Federation. The leading industries contributing to the bulk of the Penza Region’s gross regional product are manufacturing, trade, agriculture, transport, construction and real estate operations. A notable contribution to the region’s development is made by small businesses and export-oriented enterprises.

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    In recent years the Ryazan region has seen growth in its main macroeconomic indicators. Oil refining and wood processing; machine building and metalworking; production of construction, roofing and finishing materials; power generation; food and light industry; and non-ferrous metallurgy have all grown rapidly. This has helped bring investments to the region’s economy.

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    St. Petersburg is a Russian port city on the Baltic Sea that was the imperial capital for 2 centuries. It remains Russia’s cultural center as well as a major trade gateway, serving as the financial and industrial centre of Russia.

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    The Saratov Region is located in the southeast of European Russia, in the northern part of the Lower Volga region. The economy of the Saratov Region is steadily growing. Industrial production accounts for over 30% of the regional GDP. The region is rich in natural gas, oil, oil shale, construction materials, sulfide mineral waters and sulfide therapeutic muds.

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    The Smolensk region is actively working on increasing its economic and investment attractiveness. The Smolensk region administration takes an active position in the development of international and foreign economic relations, focusing on attracting foreign investments to the region.

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    The region’s economy is highly diversified, with a concentration of industrial production four times higher than the national level. Тhe Sverdlovsk Region ranks second among all Russian regions in terms of non-resource non-energy exports, with 160 countries consuming the region’s products.

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    Tatarstan is one of the most economically developed regions in Russia. The Republic is located in the center of a large industrial region of the Russian Federation at the crossing of important highways connecting East and West, North and South. The Republic of Tatarstan is rich in natural resources, powerful and diversified industry, high intellectual potential and qualified human resources.

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  • TULA


    Widely known for its historical industries such as firearm, samovar, and accordion manufacturing,Tula region is now a prominent industrial center with metalworking, engineering, coalmining, and chemical industries.

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