Baku, Azerbaijan, June 1
The American Chamber of Commerce in Azerbaijan (AmCham) in association with the Center for Economic Reforms Analysis and Communication organized a conference on Tuesday 30 May entitled Economic Reforms: Achieved Results and Recommendations. EY was one of the sponsors of the event, which took place at the Four Seasons Hotel Baku.
The conference invited officials from both governmental and non-governmental organizations from Azerbaijan.
Mr. Vusal Gasimli, Executive Director of the Center for Analysis of Economic Reforms and Communication, opened the conference by welcoming the guests and speakers. Then, Mr. Yagub Eyyubov, First Deputy Prime Minister, and Mr. Nuran Karimov, President of AmCham, talked about the main areas of economic reform and challenges ahead.
Mr. Elman Rustamov, Chairman of the Central Bank, Mr. Rufat Aslanli, Chairman of the Financial Markets Supervisory Authority, Mr. Aydin Aliyev, Chairman of the State Customs Committee, Mr. Karam Hasanov, Chairman of the State Committee on Property Issues, Mr. Sahir Mammadkhanov, First Deputy Minister of Taxes, Mr. Sahil Babayev, Deputy Minister of Economy, and others delivered speeches and presentations at the conference.
Speakers highlighted during the event that cooperation between the government and private sector plays an important role in creating the conditions for the private sector to strengthen its contribution to delivering sustained economic growth.
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