The national currency rate of Azerbaijan: after the presidential elections
Hasanov, Rashad; Huseynov, Kamran | April 2018
The subsequent destiny of the national currency's (manat) exchange rate (after the presidential election in the Republic of Azerbaijan, April 11, 2017) is one of the main topics of public debate in recent weeks, as well as the main focus of the mass media. The main issue that disturbs public opinion is that following the election, changes in the exchange rate policy of state institutions can cause another devaluation of the manat. Given the relevance of the topic as the election date approaches, the Center for Economic and Social Development has decided to re-evaluate the prospects for the national currency's exchange rate. It should be noted that, in line with the economic conjuncture, the Center regularly publishes expert advisory materials on the "manat" exchange rate.
CitationHasanov, Rashad; Huseynov, Kamran. 2018. The national currency rate of Azerbaijan: after the presidential elections. © Center for Economic and Social Development. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/8250.
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