Business Outlook in Azerbaijan
Macroeconomic journal issued by Deloitte Azerbaijan
We are delighted to introduce the seventh edition of Business Outlook in Azerbaijan, a macroeconomics journal prepared by Deloitte Azerbaijan. Within this publication, we have analyzed the key macroeconomic indicators that have enabled us to identify the prevailing trends and challenges of Azerbaijani economy.
We have also polled leaders across many industries to complete "Human Capital Trends" survey that aims to capture the emerging human resources tendencies in Azerbaijan.By exploring the evolving landscape of human capital, we intend to shed light on the current situation and prospects for the workforce in Azerbaijan.
We believe that the insights and analysis presented in this edition will contribute to the comprehension of the country’s economic landscape and provide valuable guidance for businesses.
Deloitte Azerbaijan is pleased to present the sixth edition of Business Outlook in Azerbaijan, a macroeconomic journal by the Deloitte Research Centre.In this issue we show key economic indicators for 2021 for Azerbaijan economy.
The Report also shares an in depth review of key indicators for the country’s agricultural sector.
Business confidence survey conducted among C-suite of Azerbaijan identify progress with post-pandemic business recovery and challenges confronting CEOs and business leaders today.
We are delighted to present the fifth edition of Business Outlook in Azerbaijan, a macroeconomic journal by the Deloitte Research Centre.
We focus on post-COVID-19 trends and present our key research findings on changes to economic indicators.
In February–March 2021, Deloitte CIS conducted a survey of leading Azerbaijani companies.
The opinions provided by respondents have enabled us to identify major concerns, key drivers and development priorities for the Azerbaijani economy, as well as to perform a comparative analysis of existing trends.
This year, we also present our analysis of the cybersecurity environment, for which we assessed Azerbaijani entities from different industries using publically available online tools.
Deloitte Azerbaijan is pleased to introduce the fourth edition of our macroeconomic report, the Business Outlook in Azerbaijan.
The report features unique data gathered in March and April 2019 via a survey of the top management of Azerbaijan’s leading companies. Along with a study of the overall economic environment, this time we also analyzed the trends in the financial services industry, took an in-depth look into the development of the non-oil sector and examined the attraction of foreign direct investment.
We are delighted to introduce the third edition of Business Outlook in Azerbaijan.
In this report, Deloitte provides unique data, collected via a survey of CFOs and top management of the leading companies in Azerbaijan, which was conducted in September 2018. These opinions of respondents have enabled us to identify key drivers and development priorities for the Azerbaijani economy.
In this publication we also share the results of survey around Azerbaijan’s taxation system. This study helps us to understand business community’s views about tax environment.
Deloitte Azerbaijan introduces the second edition of its macroeconomic journal - Business Outlook in Azerbaijan.
In this report, Deloitte provides unique data, collected via a survey of CFOs and top management of the leading companies in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Russia, which was conducted in February and March 2018.
These opinions of respondents have enabled us to identify major concerns, key drivers and development priorities for the Azerbaijani economy. In addition, a complex analysis of main local trends and their comparison to Russia and Georgia helped reveal hidden business features and opportunities.
Deloitte Azerbaijan introduces a new publication, the macroeconomic journal Business Outlook in Azerbaijan.
In the current edition, Deloitte focuses on the key trends in the economy of Azerbaijan over the last 15 years and presents the main findings of their research conducted in August-September 2017 among the top management of the leading Azerbaijani companies.
One of the most significant conclusions of this survey is the optimistic business perception of the majority of the respondents: 79% assess the short-term outlook on their companies as positive.