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2 June 2020


Azerbaijan's external debt has been announced

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Macroeconomic stability was ensured in Azerbaijan and the minimum annual inflation rate was 2.6% in 2019.

Axar.az reports that the statement came from Prime Minister Ali Asadov while presenting the government's report to the Milli Majlis.

"Our goal in 2020 is to keep the price increase at the same level as last year.

Last year, the unemployment rate in the country was 4.8%, which is a very good figure. At the end of 2019, Azerbaijan's foreign debt amounted to $ 9.91 billion, which is 18.9% of gross domestic product (GDP)," he said.

Date
2020.04.09 / 14:28
Author
Tural Azimzadeh
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