Chukotka Autonomous Region is the most northeastern and the most remote of all the Russian regions. It lies entirely in the Arctic zone and is characterized by extreme living conditions and high degree of population dispersion. These factors alongside with geopolitical location require special approaches in the region management and comprehensive solution to development challenges.
We are open for new investors and we are ready to provide comprehensive support to any investment initiative aimed at launching new production facilities, developing new types of activities and increasing the employment and well-being of local residents.
Roman Kopin,
Governor of the Chukotka Autonomous Region
The gross
regional
product
1,269.3RUB
thousand
per capita for 2015
Ranked 2nd among regions of the Far Eastern Federal District and
Ranked 5th among all the regions of the Russian Federation
Industrial
production
index
101,9%
for 2015
Ranked 6th among regions of the Far Eastern Federal District and
Ranked 37th among all the regions of the Russian Federation
Investments
into fixed
assets
290,6RUB
thousand
per capita for 2015
Ranked 3rd among regions of the Far Eastern Federal District and
Ranked 6th among all the regions of the Russian Federation
Consumer
price
index
111,06%
December 2015 to
December 2014
Ranked 4th among regions of the Far Eastern Federal District and
Ranked 12th among all the regions of the Russian Federation
(based on minimum value)
Average
total
salary
79 531RUB
due for 2015
Ranked 1st among regions of the Far Eastern Federal District and
Ranked 1st among all the regions of the Russian Federation
The share of the population
with incomes below the
subsistence minimum wage
8,9%
for 2015
Ranked 1st among regions of the Far Eastern Federal District and
Ranked 6th among all the regions of the Russian Federation
The unemployment
level
4%
based on ILO methodology
on average in 2015
Ranked 1st among regions of the Far Eastern Federal District and
Ranked 6th among all the regions of the Russian Federation
Bilibino
Bilibinsky municipal district
Anadyrsky municipal district
Pevek
Chaunsky municipal district
Egvekinot
Iultinsky district
Provideniya
Providensky urban district
Lavrentiya
Chukotsky municipal district
Anadyr
Bilibinsky municipal district
Full name of municipal entity head
Andrei Alexandrovich Zobov
Address
6 Kurchatov street, Bilibino, Chukotka Autonomous Region, 689450
phone/fax
(42738) 2-35-01 / (42738) 2-40-01
E-mail
info@bilchao.ru
Website
www.bilchao.ru
Anadyrsky municipal district
Full name of municipal entity head
Sergey Leonidovich Savchenko
Address
15 Yuzhnaya street, Anadyr, Chukotka Autonomous Region, 689000
phone/fax
(427-22) 6-49-01 / (427-22) 2-83-08
E-mail
anareg@chukotnet.ru
Website
www.anadyr-mr.ru
Pevek urban district
Full name of municipal entity head
Nikolay Yurievich Levanov
Address
29 Obruchev street, Pevek, Chukotka Autonomous Region, 689400
phone/fax
(42737) 4-21-42
E-mail
chaunadmin@mail.ru
Website
go-pevek.ru
Egvekinot urban district
Full name of municipal entity head
Roman Viktorovich Korkishko
Address
9 Lenin street, Egvekinot, Iultinsky district, Chukotka Autonomous Region, 689202
phone/fax
(42734) 2-31-14 / (42734) 2-21-09
E-mail
admin@egvekinot.org
Website
эгвекинот.рф
Providensky urban district
Full name of municipal entity head
Sergey Alexandrovich Shestopalov
Address
689251, Chukotka Autonomous Region 8a Dezhnev embankment, Provideniya
phone/fax
(42735) 2-23-72 / (42735) 2-23-72, 2-20-30
E-mail
prov.adm@mail.ru
Website
www.provadm.ru
Chukotsky municipal district
Full name of municipal entity head
Larisa Petrovna Yurochko
Address
15 Sovetskaya street, Lavrentiya, Chukotsky district, Chukotka Autonomous Region, 689300
phone/fax
(42735) 2-28-56, (42735) 2-26-82 / (42735) 2-29-48
E-mail
chukotrajadmin@rambler.ru
Website
chukotraion.ru
Anadyr urban district
Full name of municipal entity head
Ilya Valentinovich Davidenko
Address
2 Rultytegin street, Anadyr, Chukotka Autonomous Region, 689000
phone/fax
(427-22) 6-36-00 / (427-22) 2-22-16
E-mail
precedent@rambler.ru
Website
novomariinsk.ru
Reasons to invest in the region
Maximum mild investment climate
in severe climatic conditions
Rich mineral and raw materials base
and unique ecologically clean bioresources
Specific historical, cultural, natural and climatic background of the region
makes it possible to organize different types of tourism in various combinations
Availability of territories with a favorable
mode of business activities
Geographical location — proximity to the markets of the Asia-Pacific region,
the route of the Northern Sea Route runs along the coast of the region
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