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Baku, Kyiv consider creating Azerbaijani-Ukrainian business council

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Baku and Kyiv can create a working group on economic cooperation and an Azerbaijani-Ukrainian business council within the framework of the intergovernmental commission, Head of Azerbaijan’s Ministry Economy Mikayil Jabbarov said. Jabbarov made the remark at a meeting with the Ambassador of Ukraine to Azerbaijan Vladislav Kanevsky, Trend reports referring …

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Russian delegation to visit Azerbaijan

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A Russian delegation led by Minister of Economic Development Maxim Oreshkin will visit Azerbaijan on February 8. As part of the visit, the Azerbaijani and Russian delegations will review the reconstruction of Yarag-Gazmalar checkpoint, Samur checkpoint, as well as the construction of a bridge over Samur river. The sides will …

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Azerbaijani Taxes Ministry, SOCAR make joint statement

Tax audits, which are being held in the Azerbaijani state oil company SOCAR, are the planned on-site inspections, Trend reports referring to a joint statement made by SOCAR and the Azerbaijani Taxes Ministry on Jan. 10. While commenting on the recent information regarding tax audits in SOCAR, both structures emphasized …

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Azerbaijan to open trading house in Dubai on January 10

Azerbaijan will open a trading house in Dubai, the UAE on January 10, Azerbaijan’s Ministry of Economy said. The trading house is created to support the promotion of Azerbaijani goods under the ‘Made in Azerbaijan’ brand in Dubai, and engage in marketing research, participation in exhibitions and other activities related …

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Azerbaijan improves its position in WEC ranking

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Azerbaijan has improved its position in WEC ranking, taking the 27th place among 125 countries of the world with the best energy system according to the data of the “Energy Trilemma Index” for 2018, compiled by the World Energy Council.In 2017, Azerbaijan took the 31st place among 125 world countries. …

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