* share in structure of GDP
About the region
The Khabarovsk Territory is the fourth region in Russia according to the territory; it occupies 787 thousand sq. km. It is washed by the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan, Amur River crosses the territory of the region. Administrative centre of the territory is Khabarovsk, with population of 580 thousand persons. Novy airport (which passenger flow in 2014 was more than 2 mln. persons), which is a largest air hub of the Far East, is located in Khabarovsk. Air connection with other Russian cities, as well as with the foreign countries is provided from Khabarovsk. Local airports are also located in other cities of the territory: Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Nikolaevsk-on-Amur, Okhotsk and Sovetskaya Gavan.
As other far eastern regions, the Khabarovsk Territory is rich with mineral resources: gold, stannum, aluminium, iron, coal etc. Total reserves of wood at the territory of the region are estimated as 5.1 bln. sq. m (about 25% of total resources of the Far Eastern Federal District). But the structure of Gross Regional Product is characterized not with the extraction of commercial minerals, but with transportation services, construction and trade. Almost quarter of all industrial products of the Far Eastern Federal District is produced at the Khabarovsk Territory. Large-scale metal processing, oil processing, chemical, timber cutting, machine building, aviation, ship building, fish processing enterprises are located at the territory of the region. The region takes the second place in the Far Eastern Federal District according to the turnover of retailing, which was 238 bln. rubles in 2014.
Sea infrastructure is well developed in the Khabarovsk Region: 2 of 5 largest far eastern ports are located here, they are - Vanino and De-Kastri. Trans-Siberian line and Baikal-Amur Mainline Railway go through the territory of the region.