OF KEMEROVO REGION
I. Analysis of the Kemerovo Region social and economic development in 2001 –
1.1. Socioeconomic status and basic problems of development in the Kemerovo Region in
2001 – 2006.
Kemerovo Region lies in the South-East of Western Siberia. Geographically, the region lies in-between Moscow and
Vladivostok cities. Kemerovo Region occupies 4 percent of Western Siberia territory and 0,56 percent of the whole
territory of Russia. It covers about 500 km from North to South, and about 300 km from West to East.
Kemerovo Region borders upon five regions of the Russian Federation: Novosibirsk Region, Krasnoyarsk and Altay
Territories, Republics of Khakassia and Altay.
The main treasures of Kemerovo Region are hidden under the ground. The main treasure is hard coal. Coal is the
main mineral product found in this region. Saleable hard coal reserves in the Kemerovo Region are 7 times as large
as all the world reserves of oil and natural gas (in terms of standard oil) and is 693 billion tons, crozzling coal being
207 billion tons of them. Kuzbass coals are unique in quality. They contain almost all process ranks and groups:
from brown coal to anthracides.
There are also other types of anthracides in the Kemerovo Region, such as peat, oil and natural gas leaks.
By this time, over 90 fields and 20 ore occurrences of various metals have been discovered: gold, solver, ferrum,
aluminium, manganese, zinc, plumbum, copper, titanium, chrome, tungsten, molybdenum, mercury, antimony,
uranium, thorium. They are mainly concentrated in Gornaya Shoria and Kuznetskiy Ala Tau regions.
Economic development of the Kemerovo Region
In recent years, favourable economic situation has been developed in this region, providing improvement of
macroeconomic parameters. Along with high production growth rate, public income has also increased. Gross
regional product of the Kemerovo Region (hereinafter – GRP) in 2006 was 338138.7 million rubles. Regional trend of
macroeconomic index repeats All-Russia trend – starting at 1999, index of GRP physical volume is constantly higher
than the 100-percent level. At the same time, rates of increase of GRP in the Kemerovo Region are stable enough:
minimum increase in 2000 – 2005 was 3,8 percent, and maximum increase was 7 percents.
The Kemerovo Region GRP structure is characterized by predominance of primary industries and industries with low
limit. The main ―industrial‖ contribution to the region’s GRP is made by the plants that conduct such types of
economic activities as mining operations, manufacturing activity. In terms of the role that these types of economic
activity play in the basic macroeconomic indicator generation, the Kemerovo Region gives way only to the
Krasnoyarsk Territory, among the constituent entities of the Siberian federal district.
Coal is the main natural resource of the Kemerovo Region that constructs the whole economy of the region.
The Kemerovo Region is the largest industrial region. The main industrial productions are coal mining, iron ore
mining, complex ores mining, ferrous and nonferrous metallurgy, chemical industry, mechanical engineering and
metal working, production of construction material. Nowadays, about 56,6 percent of coal mining falls on the
Kemerovo Region, about 76 percent of extracting all crozzling coal, 15 – 14 percent of extracting cast iron and steel,
respectively, 23,5 percent of bar rolled steel, 22 percent of gas carbon, 53 percent of ferrosilicon, over 10 percent of
man-made fibres and yarns.
Food processing plays great role for the region's economy, though the Kemerovo Region is not characteristic of
developed agricultural sector: share of production in the sector of ―food production, including beverages and
tobacco‖, is not considerable enough - a little more than 3 percent of total output shipped by production plants in
2006. 56 large processors and over 500 small shops that produce wide range of food products operate at the territory.
For producing agricultural goods, 2.6 million ha of agricultural lands are situated in the Kemerovo Region, including
1.5 million ha of cropland and 0.9 million ha of forage land.
The Kuzbass energy system is one of the largest ones in the country. The Kemerovo Region energy system includes
8 thermal power plants (―Kuzbassenergo‖, OJSC) and 2 isolated generating plants (―Yurginskiy engineering plant‖,
LLC, and KMK TPP), as well as 5 mains enterprises. Electrical power set is 4 757 MW. The energy system
operative-dispatcher control is conducted by the System operator branch of the Central dispatching office of the
unified electric power system of Russia, the unified Siberian dispatcher administration. Coal is the main type of fuel.
Annual production of electric power, following the results of 2006, is 25.7 billion kW (-0.4 percent to the level of 2005),
and production of thermal power is 43.3 million Gcal (+0.7 percent).
Rating agency ―Expert RA‖ that has performed evaluation of investment potential of the Russian regions for the last
11 years, has confirmed the 2B investment rating of the Kemerovo Region, following the results of 2006-2007, that
corresponds to average potential and moderate risk, as well as credit rating A confirms high reliability level (risk of
non-fulfilment of contractual obligations in time is minimal, probability of restructuring debt or its part is minimal).
Over 20 thousand enterprises function at the customer market of the region, including over 14 thousand of trading
organizations, 1.3 thousand catering trade enterprises and 4.8 public service establishments. In Kemerovo Region
customer market infrastructure is being actively developed. In 2006, due to new construction, expansion and
reconstruction, about 69.3 thousand square meters of sales area was commissioned.
Matters of priority that need solution in mid-term perspective are:
high level of business environment dependence at the worldwide products markets of coal and metal;
predictable shortage of electricity generating power capacities;
demand for coal chemistry development;
low level of regional economics diversification.
Evaluation of human potential state
In the Kemerovo Region high natural population decrease is observed (over average levels in the Siberian federal
district, as well as heavy mortality and high incidence of disease among productive age population.
The Kemerovo Region is the most densely populated region of the Siberian federal district, in average, about 30
people occupy one square meter; the population density being about 4 persons per a square meter. The largest
cities are: Novokuznetsk – 561 thousand people, Kemerovo – 520 thousand people, Prokopyevsk – 214 thousand
The main reason of reducing population size is its natural decrease, the most acutely this problem appears among
productive age population. Annual loss among the productive age population is 16 – 19 thousand persons, or over
one-third of the total number of the dead. The main reasons of mortality among the adults of the Kemerovo Region
are circulatory system diseases.
Against negative natural population changes in the region, significance of population movement is growing up. In
2006, 49.6 thousand people moved to this region, and 45 thousand people moved out. Thus, per annum the
population of the region, due to positive balance of migration, grew up for 4.6 thousand people, that aligned loss in
population due to natural decrease for over a quarter.
The Kemerovo Region is characteristic of high educational potential among the constituent entities of the Siberian
federal district. At the end of 2006, 938 infant schools, 955 comprehensive schools, 72 basic vocational training
schools and 4 medium vocational training schools existed in the region, implementing basic professional education
In the higher education system , there are 41 state higher schools in the region, including 10 independent ones and
31 branches. In independent schools structure, there are 2 academies, 4 universities and 4 institutions. The
Kuzbass state technical university is the largest one by the number of students studying in it (22% of the total number
of students). It is planned to create the Kuzbass Federal University in the future (this concept is being discussed at
Over 12 thousand institutions administer medical aid in the Kemerovo Region. Basic development indicators for
health care industry in 2001 – 2006 remain the same, though all of them are significantly lower than average
parameters all around the country and in the Siberian federal district regions. Due to organizing paid medical
services and expanding voluntary health insurance, 1277.1 million rubles (9.33 percent of budgetary funds) have
been invested to the Kemerovo Region health care industry in 2006. With regard to the funds invested, medical aid
expenses per 1 person increased from 3 934 rubles in 2005 to 4 901 rubles in 2006.
Kuzbass city is characteristic of high cultural and creative potential. The state network of cultural institutions of the
region remains relatively stable for the last few years. 2 419 cultural institutions, cinemas and theatres now exist in
the region. In 2006 7 theatres, 42 museums and showrooms, 330 cinema projectors, 751 libraries and 784 leisure
centers worked inside the Kemerovo Region. The most part of cultural institutions (57 percent) are situated in the
country. There is one of the best multilevel systems of personnel training for the ―culture‖ industry in the Region,
among those all over the country and the Siberian federal district.
The dynamics of income change among the Region dwellers coincide with the average index for the Siberian federal
district. Personal income in the Kemerovo Region and the Siberian federal district increased 3.3 times, and real
income - 1.8 times from 2000 to 2006. The Region is one of the leading ones among the Siberian regions, regarding
the level of average monthly per capita income, which is 1.2 times higher than the average income all around the
district. At the same time, average monthly personal income is lower than average personal income level in the
country, which does not comply with the living conditions in Siberia - rigorous climate, remoteness from the basic
places of resort, cultural centers etc.
The Kemerovo Region is a unique region, in terms of national composition of population. 51 national associations,
national and cultural centers, membership clubs, youth and children’s national groups, charity organizations work in
the Region; besides, national public associations council works there.
In compliance with the objectives of the state national politics, the basic lines of activity of the Kemerovo Region
Administrations focus on preservation of language, culture, national traditions when creating conditions for self-
realization of various national groups.
Priority matters for social development of the Kemerovo Region that need solution in mid-term perspective are:
heavy mortality, primarily due to significant accumulated ecological deprivation;
predictable decrease of employable population;
disbalance between training of specialists in educational institutions and employers' demands;
lack of capacities in infant schools.
Spatial development state of engineering and transport infrastructures, ecological situation, construction
Traffic network is well-developed in the Kemerovo Region. Trans-Siberian trunk railway crosses the northern part of
the region, and South-Siberian trunk railway crosses its southern part. There is through railway service with all the
regions of the country in the Region. The Kuzbass section of the West-Siberian railway is the powerful transport
system, providing shipment of large amounts of cargo in Russia. It provides 85 percent of road and 16 percent of
network-wide shipment all around the Russian Federation.
The peculiarity of the Kuzbass section is that trunk transport works jointly with the Region industrial productions.
Highway service provides transport connection between 20 cities of the Region. Common highways stretch for 6.761
thousand km, including regional ones stretching for 5.34 thousand km, and territorial ones that stretch for 1.421
thousand km. 6.622 km of these roads have hard coating, including regional ones (5.34 thousand km) and territorial
ones (1.282 thousand km). Density of common highways with hard coating is 0.069 km/km2.
Motor transport and railway transport enterprises are the main transportation carriers in the Kemerovo Region. Motor
transport is leading in this area - these enterprises transported 61.3 percent of cargo (349 million tons) in 2006. 220
million tons (37.7 percent) were transported by railway. In comparison with 2005, the volumes of cargoes transported
grew for 17 percent.
In 2006, 526 million passengers were transported by all types of transport in the Kemerovo Region, in comparison
with 2005, this number has increased for 4.8 percent. Thus, in comparison with 2000, number of passengers
transported by common transport decreased for 30.5 percent. Passenger turnover index has decreased for 31
percent for the 6-year period.
Implementation of regional purpose-oriented programmes ―Transport‖ made it possible to renew bus fleet that carries
out public and municipal passengers transportation order for 26 percents. In 2005 – 2006 480 buses were handed to
transport enterprises. As a result, quality and culture of servicing passengers have improved.
In the Kemerovo Region information services are rendered by over 200 large and medium enterprises. Annual
electric communication service volume gain exceeded 30 percent for the last 3 years. In 2006 total volume of
services rendered by communication enterprises is 9.7 billion rubles that is 31% higher than that in 2005.
Total floor area of flats constructed in the Kemerovo region in 2006 is 804 square meters. As a result, 11.5 thousand
families were able to improve their housing conditions. Minimum volumes of house building recorded in 2000 were
338 thousand square meters. Starting from 2001, stable increase of housing entry is observed in the Region.
In recent years, according to the rate of housing construction entry, the Region is significantly ahead of the medium
indices recorded in the Siberian federal district and in the Russian Federation. Only the Omskaya Region housing
entry rate anticipated growth rate in the Kemerovo Region in 2001 – 2005, among all the Siberian regions. At the
same time, according housing construction indices per capita, the Kemerovo Region takes the fifth place. On
average, 284 square meters of lodging was constructed in 2006 per each thousand of dwellers. It exceeds the index
in the Siberian federal district for 2.5 percent (277 square meters), and is 20 percents as low as in the Russian
Federation at average (355 square meters).
The Region population housing at the end of 2006 was 20.5 square meters per one dweller, average Russian housing
level is 20.9 square meters.
As of January the 1st, 2007, housing space in the Kemerovo Region is 57.3 million m 2. This includes 85.5 percent of
urban settlements (49 million square meters of residence) and 14.5 percent (8.3 million m2) of rural settlements.
Average living space for per one dweller has increased for 12.2 percent for the last 10 years, and at the end of 2006 it
is 20.5 square meters of floor area.
Housing facilities are equipped with the following: water supply system – 84 percent, water disposal – 69 percent,
central heating – 70 percent, hot water supply – 63 percent, baths – 64 percent, gas (network and condensed) – 10
percent, floor electric stoves – 47 percent.
Priority matters for spatial development that need solution in mid-term perspective are:
liberalization of tariff restrictions for developing economics in the region;
need for developing transportation corridors for supply of coal, approach lines to the places of coal field
development, equipping railway transport;
demand for development of transport and logistic services market;
low availability of residence places in the cities of the Region, high cost of credit proposals at the market (loan
demand for coal chemistry development;
Demand for implementation of modern ecological management system at the manufacturing enterprises of
State management system
Foreign trading is one of the fundamental elements of the Kemerovo Region economics. Development of foreign
economic relations determines development of productional sector in the Kemerovo Region in many ways.
In 2006 foreign trade turnover in the Kemerovo Region was 7.1 billion dollars and, as compared to the previous year,
increased for 29 percent. At the same time, export increased for 32.2 percents, and import increased for 6.9
percents. As a result of foreign trade operations, export surplus became positive, i.e. 5.8 billion dollars.
Export goods structure analysis for 2001 – 2006 shows its narrow raw-material trend. In 2006 99.1 percent of cost
export value is distributed among the following types of goods:
fuel and power products – hard coal, gas carbon and semicoke from hard coal. fuel and power products
export increased in cost value for 36.2 percent and is 3.4 billion dollars, and physical volumes of supplies
increased for 34.9 percent;
ores and products made of them - semifinished materials, rods, moulded angles and special profiles, flat-
rolled products made of ferrum or unalloyed steel, steelmaking iron, raw aluminium, ferrous alloys and other
products. As compared to 2005, export of this type of products has increased in terms of cost value in 1.3
times and has reached 2.7 billion dollars;
chemical industry products - basically heterocyclic compounds and nitrogen fertilizers. Chemical products
export has decreased for 9.7 percent and is 0.24 billion dollars.
In 2001 – 2005 export goods structure remained practically unchanged. At the same time, export supplies geography
suffered significant transformations.
In 2006 the Kemerovo Region enterprises and organizations carried out export operations with 66 countries of near-
abroad and far-abroad countries. Ten basic commercial partners include: China, the United Kingdom of the Great
Britain and Northern Ireland, Portugal, Turkey, Ukraine, the Cyprus, Kazakhstan, Japan, Taiwan, the Islamic Republic
of Iran. 69.7 percent of the export cost value goods were directed to these countries.
In 2001 – 2006 import share in macrostructure of foreign trade turnover of the Kemerovo Region floated within 6 – 11
percent. In 2006 cost value of the import was 0.67 billion dollars, or 9.5 percent of total foreign trade volume.
The basis for the import to the Kemerovo Region is the products of mechanical-engineering and chemical industries.
At the same time, chemical products share has decreased for the last six years (from 55.1 percent in 2001 to 35.8
percent in 2006), and volume of machine and equipment supplies has increased (in 2001 it was 31.5 percent, in 2006
– 50.3 percent), which shows that the region industry updating process has been activated.
In terms of volume of tax revenues to budgets of all levels, the Kemerovo Region enters the group of three leading
regions of the Siberian federal district. In 2005 59.0 billion rubles of taxes and fees were mobilized to the
consolidated budget from the Region territory. 59 percent of this sum are money resources transferred to the regional
budget, 25 percent are revenues to the federal budget, 16 percent of them - revenues to the budgets of cities and
Owned revenues of the Region budget in 2006 were 61.8 billion rubles. As compared to 2005, the volume of owned
revenues has increased for 10.2 percent. With a view to 1 dweller, owned revenues of the consolidated budget of the
Region were 22 thousand rubles. Per capita owned income in the Region budget is higher by a quarter than average
indices in the district (13.5 thousand rubles per person). Using own revenues, 97.4 percent of total amount of
revenues were provided in the Kemerovo Region in 2006.
21.3 billion rubles, or 32.2 percent of total amount of revenues were invested to development of economics from the
consolidated budget in 2006. Over a half of this sum was invested to support housing and utilities infrastructure.
With no regard to housing and utilities infrastructure, 15.1 percent of the budget expenses were directed for funding
the economics. Among 12 Siberian regions, the Kemerovo Region invested maximum sum for support of the real
national economy sector industries.
Share of resources invested for funding social sphere is 54.6 percent (51 percent in 2005) in the functional structure
The priority in budget expenses in 2006, like the previous years, was payment of salary in the public sector in full. As
a result, at the end of 2006 there were no accounts payable indicated in the report, regarding education and health
care spheres. 32.3 percent of all the budget expenses of the Region were directed for salary funding.
Amount of money resources of municipal formations funding in 2006 was 36.4 percent of all the expenses of the
1.2. Analysis of advantages and drawbacks, opportunities and challenges
Expansion of the region resources portfolio by means Absence of up-to-date technological reserves.
of renewable resources (knowledge, skills, experience Insufficient regional module of national innovation
etc.). system (out-of-date higher schools system, poor
Opportunity of development of the basic sector by development of engineering services, absence of
means of technological links of primary resources knowledge and technologies transfer mechanism etc.).
finishing processing inside the Region. Deficiency of key competences providing global market
Resource endowment. Integrated use of natural access in segments of high-technological products.
resources. Absence of residents – agents of new economics that
High level of generating labour forces, motivation for influence national and global markets.
more complicated work. Bet for growth of human
Large market inside and outside the country for high-
Considerable order for technological and qualification
growth from the region’s basic sector enterprises.
Development of coal generation in the Russian Concentration of investments in conventional
Federation. Opportunities of using up-to-date coal productions, lack of investments to new economics.
combustion technologies. Growth of technologies import in form of end products.
In long-term perspective – opportunity for using coal as High level of competition at the global market.
one of the basic materials of hydrocarbonic chemistry. Non-compliance of existing spatial arrangement of the
Development of the most environment-friendly region with its plans for new functions (failure to meet
productions, in comparison with traditional industry. requirements to urban environment, development of
Attraction of economics for the public. unique innovation competences, state of environment,
Availability of global market for high-technology in comparison with other city centers, etc.).
products using products of primary processing of basic
sector as initial ones.
1.3. Assessment of measures on improvement of social and economical state in the
System of strategic documents
Strategic documents that determined state politics pursued by the regional authorities in 2001 – 2006 were as follows:
Strategic development concept for the Kemerovo Region approved by the Kemerovo Region Administration
decree dated 29.03.2001 No. 24;
The Kemerovo Region social and economic development programme for 2005 – 2010 approved by the
Kemerovo Region Administration decree dated 05.10.2004 No. 203, registered on 19.07.2005 by the
Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of the Russian Federation;
The Kemerovo Region social and economic development programme in tourism business approved by the
Kemerovo Region law No. 74 dated 29.12.2003;
The Kemerovo Region population life quality concept for 2005 – 2008 approved by the decree of the
Kemerovo Region Administration Board dated 12.05.2005 No. 35;
Demographic situation improvement concept for the Kemerovo Region up to 2015 approved by the
Kemerovo Region Administration Board order dated 13.02.2006 No. 129-р;
The non-state retirement insurance system development concept for the Kemerovo Region approved by the
Kemerovo Region Administration Board order dated 07.09.2006 No. 1005-р;
Construction sector development strategy for the Kemerovo Region up to 2010 approved by the Kemerovo
Region Administration decree dated 30.12.2005 No. 182;
The Kuzbass energy system development strategy up to 2015 approved by the Kemerovo Region
Administration decree dated 05.04. 2006 No. 87;
Light industry structural reorganization and development concept for the Kemerovo Region for the period up
to 2010 approved by the Kemerovo Region Administration decree dated 12.07.2002 No. 93;
Main trends of timber complex development in the Kemerovo Region for the 2002—2010 period approved by
the Kemerovo Region decree dated 10.07.2002 No. 92;
Air transport development concept for the Kemerovo Region for 2003 – 2005 with a forecast up to 2010
approved by the Kemerovo Region Administration decree dated 02.06.2003 No. 85;
Consumer market development concept for the Kemerovo Region up to 2010 approved by the Kemerovo
Region Administration Board decree dated 21.12.2005 No.1436-р;
Ecological politics concept for the Kemerovo Region approved by the Kemerovo Region Administration
decree dated 10.11.2002 No.137;
Foreign economic and interregional activity development concept for the Kemerovo Region approved by the
Kemerovo Region Administration order dated 10.10.2006 No. 1123-р;
34 regional purpose-oriented programmes for 2006.
II. Programme implementation objectives, terms and stages
2.1. Programme objectives
This Programme is an instrument for implementation of the Kemerovo Region social and economic
development strategy up to 2025. Strategic objectives of the Programme are connected with the main objective of
the Region development strategy – competitive recovery of Kuzbass and, on this basis, growth in prosperity of its
The basic objective of the Programme is creating favourable conditions for increasing quality and level of the
population life inside the Kemerovo Region by means of stimulating economical growth, modernization of
infrastructures, social sphere support and upgrading the state services rendered.
The basic objective of the Programme has four sub-objectives, which were determined on the basis of each set of
problems (see section ―The Kemerovo Region social and economic state‖). Sub-objectives of this Programme are the
most significant objectives of the Region Administration activity determined with regard to regional problems and
specific strategic priorities of the territory development.
The subobjectives of the Kemerovo Region social and economic development Programme up to 2012 are as follows:
achieving long-term marketability of the region’s economics;
generating a basis for long-term capitalization of the human potential;
modernization of urbanized region;
growth of effectiveness of state management of social and economic development of the Kemerovo Region.
2.2. Programme objectives
Strategic objectives of the Programme are achieved by means of solving mutually-linked objectives, each of them
being subject to approval, by means of carrying out measures in specific lines of activity of state authorities directed
to solution of basic problems, with regard to authorities and competences. All lines of activity are mutually linked and
coordinated, and directed to achieving the purposes that were declared to as strategic ones.
For achieving strategic sub-objective and long-term marketability of the region’s economics, the following problems
should be solved:
generating marketable clusters in the Kemerovo Region economics;
generating new institutions for attracting investments to the region;
state support of small businesses in the Kemerovo Region;
modernization of labour resources potential.
Achieving strategic sub-objective and generating the basis for long-term capitalization of the human potential shall
become possible after solving the following problems:
modernisation of health care system;
development of the education system in the Region;
efficiency upgrading of the Region social security system;
promotion of cultural and youth initiatives. Development of physical culture and sports.
For achieving strategic sub-objective and modernization of urbanized region in the region, the following problems
should be solved:
improving complex regional planning for development of municipal formations territories;
generating modern comfortable conditions in municipal formations of the region;
qualitative improvement of ecological situation inside the Region;
development of social sphere and rural housing and utilities infrastructure;
avoiding security hazards of the Region population.
Achieving strategic sub-objective and increase of effectiveness of state management of the Kemerovo Region social
and economic development shall be provided by means of integrated solution of the following problems:
change-over to effective management and improvement in budget funds management quality;
implementation of administrative reform in the Kemerovo Region executive authorities system;
creation of management decisions supporting system in the Kemerovo Region;
generation of integrated cadastre system of the Kemerovo Region;
topographic-geodesic and cartographic support for the Kemerovo Region.
III. Resources' provision of the Programme
Gross volume of funding activities is 512669.2 million rubles.
Implementation of the Programme does not mean direct funding of programme activities from any sources not
prohibited by the law. Programme activities execution shall be funded by means of financing federal purpose-
oriented programmes, regional purpose-oriented programmes, as well as other mechanisms of budgetary and extra-
Table 1. Programme financing structure as per years and sources, million rubles (at the prices valuable in 2007)
Indices/Years 2007- Including: In % to total
2012, amount of
total 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 financing by the
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Total by the Programme 574200.9 75657.3 92907.6 110009.7 117648.9 98907.6 79069.8 100%
federal budget* 31613.7 3605.7 8338.1 8255.1 5905.2 2828.8 2680.8 6%
assets of the Russian 1.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.7 0.8 0%
the Kemerovo Region budget* 44560.8 7867.1 7625.6 7936.3 7926.6 6664.3 6540.9 8%
municipal budgets* 6371.7 1060.2 1380.9 1458.1 1080.2 761.8 630.6 1%
own funds of enterprises and 293706.3 34849.7 43350.8 59095.5 66887.8 52855.3 36667.1 51%
commercial banks credits 60595.1 12687.9 12413.3 11073.1 11757.9 8489.4 4173.4 11%
other sourcing 137351.9 15586.7 19799.0 22191.6 24091.2 27307.2 28376.2 24%
the Kemerovo Region 3947.0 947.0 600.0 600.0 600.0 600.0 600.0 100 %
* Subject to annual specification when developing the federal budget project and the federal address investment programme, on the basis
of its abilities.
* Subject to annual specification when developing the regional budget project and local budgets, on the basis of their abilities.
Volumes of financing from the Kemerovo Region regional budget are defined during the relevant budgeting.
Commercial investment projects included in the Programme shall be carried out primarily at the expense of own funds
of enterprises and attracting credit resources of commercial banks.
IV. Assessment of efficiency, social and economic consequences due to the
The main results of the Programme implementations shall be as follows:
Growth of innovations in the regional development and the number of employees in knowledge-intensive
economy sector (small and big business).
Generation of favourable conditions for business and investments, increase of investments flow inside the
region, accelerated rate of tangible assets modernization.
Competitive recovery of the products manufactured by the enterprises of the region at the Russian and
Creation of up-to-date infrastructure of sector of education, health care and culture that would be adapted to
the peculiarities of the economics and social sphere of the Kemerovo region.
Stable and economic functioning of utilities and transport sector of the economics.
Creation of economic conditions that would provide decent life for employable population.
Demographic situation improvement as a result of activities on decrease of incidence of disease and
mortality, building healthy life style, creating conditions for birth-rate stabilisation and subsequent
Reduction of poverty level, improvement of addressed social protection of the population.
Growth of effectiveness of state management of social and economic development of the Kemerovo region.
The following indices are used as basic ones showing change in the Kemerovo region social and economic state as a
result of the Programme implementation:
Growth of gross regional product.
Industrial output dynamics.
Return of duties and other compulsory payments collected inside the Kemerovo region.
Growth in provision of the Kemerovo region budget.
Number of working places and the related social effect.
As a result of the Programme implementation, real increase is anticipated up to 2012, as compared to 2007 level:
gross regional product – in 1.37 times, industrial output – in 1.3 times, real income of the population – in 1.52 times,
creation of 21.8 thousand new working places, decrease in the level of unemployment up to 2.6 percent.
In gross regional product, production of market and non-market services; the most activities of the Programme being
purposed for their consolidation. Primarily, these are commercial services, health care services, cultural services,
housing and utilities infrastructure, tourism. Regarding production of commodities, maximum rates that come short of
services development, shall be observed in construction, and then in industry. As a result, services production shall
gradually increase and achieve almost a half level to the end of the period.