Kamchatka special report 2014

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Kamchatka welcomes the world

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Kamchatka special report 2014
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Vladimir Ilyukhin: Kamchatka becomes a very attractive investment platform

Against the background of stellar economic growth across the Asia Pacific region, Russia’s Far East is becoming steadily more attractive from the viewpoint of developing the region 

Kamchatka’s new frontier

Remote and sparsely populated, Kamchatka has the potential to become a commercial hub as Arctic shipping routes develop and rich resources are exploited

"Peaceful people with a real hope for their future"

Nikolay Pegin, director-general of the Kamchatka Development Corporation, explains the corporation’s functions and highlights areas of investment potential 

Laying the foundations

Kamchatka is going all out to build the infrastructure needed to support development of its rich resources 

The call of the wild

Kamchatka has much to offer the adventurous tourist, from winter sports to wilderness

Digging in

Mining firms are drawn to a region on the cusp of turning into a major new producer of energy, minerals and precious metals 

Gateway to the Arctic

Kamchatka’s isolation is coming to an end with the opening of the Northern Sea Route, bringing a raft of other benefits in its wake

Growth story

Rich agricultural land and plentiful water supplies are among Kamchatka’s formerly neglected assets

In the pink

Famous for its unsurpassed Pacific salmon resources, Kamchatka’s fishing industry remains a mainstay of the peninsula’s economy

Land of opportunity

Investors are becoming increasingly aware that Kamchatka has the resources and opportunities to support a long-term growth story