30 March 2012, Friday, 12:00

Seven towns of Bashkiria are found in Top10 of the biggest industrial centers of Russia

author: Alik Shakirov

Seven towns of Bashkiria – Blagoveshensk, Ishimbay, Salavat, Sterlitamac, Ufa, Utchaly and Yanaul – are included into the rating of 250 biggest industrial centers of Russia.

Ufa holds the seventh place in the rating, Salavat is found on the 3th position, Sterlitamac – on the 86th, Yanaul – on the 168th, Ishimbay – on the 200th, Utchaly – on the 213th and Blagoveshensk – on the 247th place.

The rating of 250 biggest industrial centers is published by the Institute of territorial planning “URBANICA” jointly with the Union of Russian Architects. It is composed on the base of analysis of industrial production volumes, information of municipal statistics and accounts of the biggest production companies.

Moscow and Saint-Petersburg stand on the top of the rating. Khanty-Mansi autonomous district holds the first place by the index of summarized industrial production. Centers of oil-gas branch as well of metallurgy have the largest weight in the rating. Along with Moscow and Saint-Petersburg the Top10 includes Surgut, Nizhnevartovsk, Omsk, Perm, Ufa, Norilsk, Chelyabinsk and Novokuznetsk.

On the basis of objective comparative instruments the rating allows estimating the investment attractiveness of the most important industrial centers in Russia and contributes to attraction of attention to actual problems of urban development on all-national scale. Thereby the rating visually demonstrates the results of territorial and sectoral transformation of Russian industry, existing according to the totals of 20 years of development of market economics, the Institute of territorial planning reports.

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