Monday February 27 2017
Azerbaijan Living Wage Family at 537.90 AZN/Month


Living Wage Family in Azerbaijan increased to 537.90 AZN/Month in the fourth quarter of 2016 from 537.80 AZN/Month in the third quarter of 2016.





Monday February 27 2017
Azerbaijan Living Wage Individual at 443.76 AZN/Month


Living Wage Individual in Azerbaijan increased to 443.76 AZN/Month in the fourth quarter of 2016 from 443.70 AZN/Month in the third quarter of 2016.





Sunday February 26 2017
Azerbaijan Retirement Age Men at 63.00


Retirement Age Men in Azerbaijan remained unchanged at 63 in 2017 from 63 in 2016.





Sunday February 26 2017
Azerbaijan Retirement Age Women at 60.00


Retirement Age Women in Azerbaijan remained unchanged at 60 in 2017 from 60 in 2016.





Friday February 24 2017
Azerbaijan Fiscal Expenditure at 924.90 AZN Million


Fiscal Expenditure in Azerbaijan decreased to 924.90 AZN Million in January from 17742.40 AZN Million in December of 2016.





Friday February 24 2017
Azerbaijan GDP Current Prices at 5233.10 AZN Million


GDP Constant Prices in Azerbaijan decreased to 5233.10 AZN Million in January from 59987.70 AZN Million in December of 2016.





Friday February 24 2017
Azerbaijan Government Budget Value at 318.70 AZN Million


Azerbaijan recorded a government budget surplus of 318.70 AZN Million in January of 2017.





Friday February 24 2017
Azerbaijan Government Revenues at 1243.60 AZN Million


Government Revenues in Azerbaijan decreased to 1243.60 AZN Million in January from 17501.20 AZN Million in December of 2016.





Friday February 24 2017
Azerbaijan Wages at 498.60 AZN/Month


Wages in Azerbaijan increased to 498.60 AZN/Month in December from 494.30 AZN/Month in November of 2016.





Thursday February 23 2017
Azerbaijan GDP YoY at 0.80 percent


The Azeri economy advanced 0.8 percent year-on-year in January 2017, compared to a 3.3 percent contraction a year ago. Output grew in industry (1 percent); transport (4.3 percent); retail trade (1.3 percent); agriculture and fishery (3.5 percent) while shrank in construction (-6.4 percent) and information and communication (-2.3 percent).