Russian Komsomolsk-na-Amure, city in Khabarovsk Territory, far eastern Russia, on the Amur River. Pop. (1992 est.) 319,000.
Founded in 1932 on the site of the small village of Permskoye, the town was built by members of the Komsomol ("Young Communist League"), from which it derives its name. It rapidly developed into a major industrial centre, dominated by the Amurstal steelworks.
With it are associated heavy engineering, machine building, and tinplate making; shipbuilding and ship repairing also are important. Oil from Sakhalin is refined, and there are also fishing, timber-working, and light industries.
A railway bridge across the Amur for the Baikal-Amur Mainline route was completed there in 1975.
The city has teacher-training and polytechnic institutes.