The Khabarovsky krai is a unique larger region of Russia.

The Khabarovsky krai industries are the most developed in the Far Eastern Federal District. The processing sector takes 60% in the krai industrial output. It is a center of aircraft and watercraft engineering, ferrous metallurgy, production and processing of minerals, oil processing, electric power engineering and forestry. The high-tech aircraft engineering production of the krai is well known in Russia and abroad. We produce the cutting-end Sukhoi combat and civil aircraft.  

Of late the krai has launched large-scale projects in mining and oil processing, forestry and ferrous metallurgy.

The Khabarovsky krai economy to a great extent is oriented at foreign markets. About 100 states are now our trade partners.

Another promising trend for international cooperation is inbound tourism.

A beneficial economic and geographic positioning of the region accounts for its key role in the integral transport network of the Far East.

The Khabarovsky krai sits on the crossroads between Russia and the APR.

Two trunk railways (the Baikal-Amur and the Trans-Siberian) cross the krai area and the trunk motor roads (M60 Ussuri and M58 Amur). There are large sea ports on the krai seashore, Sovetskaya Gavan and De-Kastri.

The Khabarovsky krai Government considers it most important to develop foreign economic cooperation with foreign states in the implementation of investment projects within the Territories of Advanced Social and Economic Development (TASED) registered in the Khabarovsky krai. 

The businesses with the TASED status are granted significant tax benefits and preferences (profit tax is reduced from 20% to 0% in the first 5 years since registering profit and to 2% over the following 5 years; property tax is reduced from 2.2% to 0% in the first 5 years and to 1.1% in the following 5 years; obligatory payments to the insurance funds are reduced from 30% to 7.6% during 10 years from obtaining the status of TASED resident; a beneficial customs regime is in place and a special order of licensing procedures; infrastructure is available). 

787,6 thousand km2 of territory
1,3 million people
1,9 billion dollars of foreign trade turnover (2016)
5 seaports
10 airports
91 country is a partner