17 March 2022

as of March 10, 2022

General Socio-Economic Situation in the Region

The 2021 results demonstrate the growth of industrial production in the Tyumen Region (104.2% by 2020 in comparable prices). The key driver that affects the industry dynamics is manufacturing (108.5% by 2020). The investment projects are in progress, with the majority of investments allocated to the production sector. The positive dynamics is observed in the consumer sector – the retail trade turnover and the scope of paid services rendered to the population are increasing. As of January 1, 2022, the population in the region was 1,552,400.00 people, with an increase by 9,000 people compared to the beginning of 2021.

Industrial Production

The industrial production index in 2021 reached 104.2% compared to 2020 (105.3% across Russia).

The growth of Manufacturing equaled to 108.5% (105.0% across Russia).

The highest growth rate was registered in the following spheres:

- production of chemicals and chemical products (117.8% compared to 2020);

- production of medicines and materials used for medical purposes (170.2%);

- other finished goods (129.6%);

- repair and installation of machinery and equipment (128.7%);

- production of electrical equipment (123.7%);

- production of paper and paper products (119.1%).

- production of rubber and plastic products (117.3%);

- production of finished metal products, other than machinery and equipment (111.2%);

- wood processing and manufacture of wooden and cork products (108.6%);

- metallurgy (106.8%);

- production of other non-metallic mineral products (105.7%).

The industrial production index with respect to Mining and Extraction was 95.0% compared to 2020 (104.8% across Russia) due to a decrease in crude oil production (94.9% vs. 2020) as part of the agreement with OPEC countries to limit oil production.

In the field of Power, Gas and Steam Supply, and Air Conditioning the growth reached 103.4% (106.8% across Russia);

In Water Supply, Water Disposal, Waste Collection and Disposal, and Pollution Control the increase was 129.7% (115.8% across Russia).


The output of farming companies of all categories amounted to RUB 81.0 billion in 2021 (96.8% by 2020 in comparable prices).

In the agricultural production structure, livestock products account for 64.8%, with crop farming –35.2%.

The livestock production index reached 99.5% vs. 2020 (99.8% across Russia), while the crop farming index was 92.0% (98.6% across Russia).

In 2021, 197.8 thousand tonnes of meat in live weight terms (120.8% compared to 2020), 554.1 thousand tonnes of milk (99.8%), 1,393.0 million eggs (89.4%) were produced by farms of all categories.

The production of meat (in live weight terms) and milk increased by 29.1% and 2.2%, respectively, compared to 2020, with the egg production decreased by 11.3% YoY.

There is an increase in milk yields at farms (excluding small businesses). The milk yield per cow in 2021 amounted to 8,170 kg (106.6% YoY). The egg yield per hen was 329 eggs (99.0% by 2020).

The gross yield of grain and leguminous crops at farms of all categories amounted to 1,128.9 thousand tons in processed product terms (83.2% by 2020), with the yield index of 16.3 centner/hectare. The farms produced 319.6 thousand tons of potatoes (99.4% by 2020) with the yield of 197.1 centner/hectare, 116.0 thousand tons of vegetables (91.5% by 2020) with the yield of 319.4 centner/hectare with respect to open-ground vegetables.


The scope of construction works in 2021 amounted to RUB 151.7 billion (83.2% by 2020, with 106.0% across Russia).

A total of 1,706.2 thousand square meters of housing (including dwelling houses built on garden plots) was commissioned in 2021 (107.9% compared to 2020, across Russia – 112.7%), which accounts for 1,102.3 square meters of new housing area per 1,000 people (across Russia – 634.7 square meters per 1,000 people). The housing constructed by individuals accounts for 46.9% of the overall commissioned areas (800.3 thousand square meters).


In 2021, the investments in fixed assets amounted to RUB 212.8 billion (67.8% by 2020).

The Tyumen Region ranked 24th among the Russian regions in terms of investments per capita in 2021 (RUB 137.5 thousand).


The cargo turnover by companies (excluding the NSR) in 2021 amounted to 1,285.0 million t/km, with a decrease by 16.0% compared to 2020.

The passenger turnover of public road transport (including persons engaged in passenger transportation business) in 2021 amounted to 1,259.8 million passenger/kilometers, with an increase by 10.8% compared to 2020.

Foreign Economic Activities

According to the Urals Customs Office, in 2021 the foreign trade turnover, including trading with the EAEU countries, amounted to USD 2,764.6 million (exports — USD 1,621.3 million, imports — USD 1,143.3 million). The surplus of foreign trade amounted to USD 478 million.

In import, the largest share (77.1%) accounted for chemical industry products (28-40 product groups according to FEACN). These products worth of USD 1,250.1 million were exported in 2021.

Fuel and energy sector goods (27 group according to FEACN) rank second (8.7% of all exports) – mainly diesel fuel and liquefied hydrocarbon gases. These products worth of USD 141.8 million were exported in 2021.

The export of machinery, equipment and vehicles reached 4.8%; with timber products (glued wood, sawn timber) – 4.0%; food products and agricultural raw materials (excluding textiles) – 2.1%; metals and metal products – 2.0%.

The majority of exported goods went to: China (16.9% of the total export), Turkey (13.9%), Belgium (12.3%), Poland (9.3%), Netherlands (6.8%), Kazakhstan (6.0%), Germany (4.6%), Italy (3.6%), South Africa (2.3%), Morocco (2.1%), Finland (1.9%), USA (1.6%), Uzbekistan (1.5%), Norway (1.5%), Vietnam (1.4%), Portugal (1.2%), Peru (1.0%).

In the import structure, machinery, equipment and vehicles accounted for the largest share (70.9%) (84–90 groups according to FEACN). The chemical industry products accounted for 17.7%, with metals and metal products — 7.2%.

The majority of imported goods came from: Germany (27.4% of the total import), Italy (10.1%), China (10.1%), Republic of Korea (9.6%), USA (7.2%), France (5.1%), India (3.7%), Netherlands (3.6%), Belgium (3.0%), Kazakhstan (2.8%), Finland (2.2%), Belarus (1.8%), Latvia (1.5%), Austria (1.2%), Ukraine (1.1%), UK (1.1%), Spain (1.0%).

Labor and Employment

The unemployment rate (by ILO method) between October and December 2021 was on average 3.6% (4.3% across Russia).

The registered unemployment rate as of January 1, 2022 reached 0.54% of the workforce (1.0% across Russia). As of January 1, 2022, the tension factor on the regional labor market was 0.23 persons per job opening.

Standard of Living

The average monthly nominal gross wage in 2021 amounted to RUB 55.9 thousand (106.2% YoY).

The average nominal cash income per capita in 2021 increased by 6% compared to the previous year and equaled to RUB 33.0 thousand; the actual cash income of the population increased by 100.5% (103.4% across Russia).

Consumer Market

In 2021, the goods worth of RUB 463.6 billion were sold to the population (105.6% by 2020 in comparable prices). It accounts to average RUB 299.5 thousand per capita (across Russia – RUB 269.2 thousand). With regard to this indicator, the region ranks 8th among the Russian regions.

According to Rosstat verified data, in 2019 the population was provided with paid services worth of RUB 125.4 billion (120.5% vs. 2020 in comparable prices). It accounts to average RUB 81.0 thousand per capita (across Russia — RUB 75.9 thousand).

In 2021, with respect to services accounting for more than 5% of the paid services to the population the following growth in comparable prices was recorded: transportation services — RUB 1.5 (25.3% of the total scope of services), education services — 123.3% (share — 7.9%), utilities — 108.4% (share — 17.7%), medical services — 107.6% (share — 9.0%), telecommunication services — 104.4% (share — 13.2%), household services — 104.1% (share — 7.6%) and housing services — 100.7% (share — 7.1%).


According to the preliminary data, as of January 1, 2022, the population in the region totaled 1,552,400.00 people, with an increase by 9,000 people compared to January 1, 2021.

According to Rosstat records, there was a natural population decline of 2,971 people in the region in 2021.

The migration gain (according to Rosstat records) in 2021 was 11,863 people.