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Azerbaijan Wants to Increase Hazelnut Exports to Europe

Azerbaijan Hazelnut Producers and Exporters Association (AHPEA) intends to expand the geography of hazelnut exports in the European market, the association’s Chairman Ismayil Orujov told Trend. He said that last week Azerbaijan Export and Investment Promotion Foundation (AZPROMO) organized an export delegation to Switzerland, and about 12 Azerbaijani producers took …

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Swiss Stadler reveals time of delivering cars to Azerbaijan for BTK

Stadler to President Cars for BTK Railway in September

Swiss Stadler Rail Group will deliver the first batch of cars to Azerbaijan for the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars (BTK) railway in March 2019, Matthias Stöhr, sales director for Caucasus, Russia, Ukraine at the company told Trend. “The cars are now in the stage of final assembly. One car is already finished and …

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Azerbaijan Invested $51m in Georgia’s Economy in Q1 of 2018

Azerbaijan invested $51 million in Georgia`s economy in the first quarter of this year, becoming its second largest investor, according to the Georgian media. With $82.7 million investment, the UK is Georgia`s largest investor, while China is third with $41.6 million. The total volume of the investment made in Georgia`s …

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Highest Paying Jobs in Azerbaijan Revealed

In January-April 2018, the average nominal salary was 538.8 manats in Azerbaijan, which is 3.5 percent more than in the same period last year, says the report of Azerbaijan’s State Statistics Committee. The average salary in the oil sector amounted to 3,226.8 manats, in the non-oil sector – 477.4 manats, …

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Travel Time from Turkey to Azerbaijan Will Half

The travel time from the Red Bridge checkpoint at the Georgian-Azerbaijani border to the Sarpi checkpoint at the Georgian-Turkish border will be reduced to four hours, said the Head of the Road Department at the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure, Irakli Karseladze. Large-scale infrastructure projects have been planned for …

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TAP talks on Process of Building Micro-tunnel in Italy

The micro-tunnel waterproofed pit is now complete as part of construction of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) in Italy’s Puglia, Gabriele Lanza, TAP project manager for Italy. “Work continues in the micro-tunnel area. The secant piles, which form the lateral walls of the pit, have been installed and the bottom …

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Azerbaijan and Netherlands Seeking to Link Each Other’s ports

Azerbaijan and the Netherlands are cooperating on development of the Baku Sea Trade Port and its connection with the Dutch ports, Ambassador of the Netherlands to Azerbaijan Onno Kervers told Trend. “Representatives of specific hubs in the Netherlands study the ways to share expertise and would like to study the …

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Azerbaijan Starts Electricity Export to Iran

Azerbaijan has started to export electricity to Iran from today, Azerenergy’s spokesman Yahya Babanli told APA-Economics. According to him, at about 11:00 a.m. today, Azerenergy started to export electricity of 80 megawatt to Iran’s Mugan and Astara regions. Babanli also announced the date of next trilateral meeting on integration of …

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Azerbaijan to Implement European System of Forecasting in Agriculture

The European system of forecasting in agriculture will be introduced in Azerbaijan. The topic was discussed at the seminar on supporting the formation of agricultural policies through modeling, which was held in Baku. Addressing the event, head of the department of the Ministry of Agriculture Firdovsi Fikretzade noted that it …

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Azerbaijan To Produce High Quality Aviation Fuel in Ukraine

SOCAR is negotiating with Ukraine for joint production of high quality aviation fuel in Ukraine. According to AzerNews, Ukraine and Azerbaijan are negotiating a deal for producing high-quality aviation fuel together it would help Ukraine to match sharp demand of availability of aviation fuel at its airports due to increase …

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