Many people suppose that Russia will economically gain from incorporating Ukrainian Crimea only because it will get a naval base in Sevastopol and save 100 million dollars a year on the lease of this base, but it’s wrong to think so. Tourism brings Crimea only 40% of all its income, the remaining 60% is from industry and infrastructure. Right now we are going to show you what they are represented by.
Sea port and ships (more than 200 of them) – Evpatorijsky Commercial Sea port.
Port of Yalta.
550 big manufacturing companies and factories.
Lots of oil, gas and ore.
Big shipyards of Crimea.
Processing industry of Crimea, its iron-ore plants.
Feodosia shipbuilding company where hovercraft for China have been made.
Dzhankoy machine factory.
Kerch sea port.
Kerch ferry crossing.
Port of Chernomorsk.
Research Institute “Crimean Astrophysical Observatory”.
Kerch factory of construction materials.
Fish factory in Yalta.
Crimean production of construction materials.
Leather haberdashery factory.
Simferopol tobacco making factory.
Kerch Metallurgical Plant.
Its chemical industry.
Crimean soda plant.
Its industrial companies.
Kerch canning factory.
Farm business of Crimea.
Local state district power station 40MW.
Sevastopol state district power station 30MW.
Down and feather factory.
Premium wine factory.
Kamysh-Burun state district power station.
National production and agricultural association “Massandra”.
Cognac and wine factory “Koktebel”.
Factory of sparkling wines.
National institute of grapes and wine “Magarach”.
Solar electric plant “Perovo”.
Winery “Golden Field”.
Production and agricultural association “Sun Valley”.
Really tasty grapes and fruit.
Solar power plant “Okhotnikovo”, 80MW.
Solar power plant “Mityaevo”, 31,55 MW.
Solar power plant “Rodnokovoye”, 7,5 MW.