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Study of Small and Medium Enterprises in Azerbaijan - IFC

Study of Small and Medium Enterprises in Azerbaijan - IFC

Study of Small and Medium Enterprises in Azerbaijan -

Study of Small and Medium Enterprises in Azerbaijan

  • Page 2 and 3: The contents of this report are pro
  • Page 4 and 5: Contents Abbreviations.............
  • Page 6 and 7: Abbreviations AMFA Azerbaijani Micr
  • Page 8 and 9: Executive Summary The report examin
  • Page 10 and 11: 3. Successful registration one-stop
  • Page 12 and 13: Further development of Central Cred
  • Page 14 and 15: Problems Sources of Problem Recomme
  • Page 16 and 17: Business Permits Problems Sources o
  • Page 18 and 19: Problems Sources of Problem Recomme
  • Page 20 and 21: Problems Sources of Problem Recomme
  • Page 22 and 23: Problems Sources of Problem Recomme
  • Page 24 and 25: Introduction Geography, history and
  • Page 26 and 27: Table 1. The Azeri economy after in
  • Page 28 and 29: Today, Azerbaijan remains ranked lo
  • Page 30 and 31: entities nationwide from the offici
  • Page 32 and 33: Table 1.1 Distribution of official
  • Page 34 and 35: Scope of activity Official statisti
  • Page 36 and 37: Box 2.1 Definition of small busines
  • Page 38 and 39: As indicated in the survey, it is s
  • Page 40 and 41: Chart 2.7 The individual entreprene
  • Page 42 and 43: Chart 2.10 More than half of entrep
  • Page 44 and 45: publications and constantly follow-
  • Page 46 and 47: Despite the fact that entrepreneurs
  • Page 48 and 49: • The Law No. 560 IIQ on State Re
  • Page 50 and 51: Chart 3.1 Main issues faced by SME
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    3.6 The new legal framework Prior t

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    However, depending on circumstances

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    3.9 Unofficial payments As in-depth

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    Expected impact • Reduced time fo

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    Annex 3.1 Comparison of business re

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    Business registration after ‘one-

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    Annex 3.2 Comparison of registratio

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    4. Business Licensing The Governmen

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    set out in the law on Banks 21 , wh

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    Box 4.3 General and specific docume

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    Chart 4.5 45% Percentage of respond

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    Expected impact When specifying a c

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    5. Business Permits The permit syst

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    Box 5.2 Permits in the European Uni

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    Chart 5.2 The Ministry for Emergenc

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    5.3 Permits issuance and revocation

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    5.6 Main problems faced by entrepre

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    Box 5.5. What is the “regulatory

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    • Subject to the nature of each p

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    PROCESS MAP FOR OBTANING CONFORMITY

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    6. Business Inspections According t

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    Chart 6.1 Four out of five entrepre

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    are planned according to the health

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    In comparison, 74 percent of indivi

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    Other consequences include: financi

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    View from an entrepreneur: “I am

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    6.2.2.4 Entrepreneurs do not know t

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    The absence of the IRB registration

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    6.6 Recommendations 6.6.1 Establish

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    an inspection, advice and an explan

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    7. Business Taxation The Tax Code o

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    Main Findings • According to the

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    The IFC survey demonstrates that th

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    year. Such a drastic increase in ta

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    Box 7.1 What is the Shadow Economy?

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    View from an entrepreneur: “Inste

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    for short-term goals since it is no

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    7.4 Recommendations 7.4.1 Make the

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    8. Access to Finance 8.1 Overview o

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    Chart 8.3 Banking Volume vs GDP Gro

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    The survey also shows that access t

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    Chart 8.10 The banks’ primary rea

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    Correspondingly, actual performance

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    Yet in-depth interviews demonstrate

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    8.4 Recommendations The following s

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    The charts above confirm that the e

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    In Azerbaijan, tariffs on raw mater

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    Foreign trade with certain category

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    Chart 9.2 Areas of activities of en

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    Moreover, import and export of cert

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    There also appears to be a serious

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    9.3.1 Transportation of imported go

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    9.3.3 Economically unjust tariffs c

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    9.4 Key difficulties faced by expor

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    Chart 9.6 Necessary steps for expor

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    9.5.4 Removal of the barriers to fo

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    Chart 9.4 Goods exportable upon app

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    Conclusion The government of Azerba

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    References 1. APA news agency 2008.

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    24. Law No. 1024-IIQ on Obtaining I

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    SME Overview Chart A1.1 SMEs, by Ty

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    Chart A1.5 Breakdown of Individual

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    Chart A1.11 Ownership Rights of Sma

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    Chart A1.16 Entrepreneurs View Conc

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    Chart A2.4 Breakdown of the Registr

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    Licensing Chart A3.1 Existence of L

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    Chart A3.5 Obtaining of Any License

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    Permits Chart A4.1 Existence of Per

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    Chart A4.7 Existence of Permits by

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    Finance Chart A5.1 Purchasing Tangi

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    Chart A5.8 Number of Applications f

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    Inspection Chart A6.1 Entrepreneurs

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    Chart A6.5 Small and Medium Enterpr

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    Chart A6.10 Breakdown of Number of

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    Chart A6.15 Existence of Any Penalt

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    Chart A6.22 Registration of Inspect

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    Taxation Chart A7.1 Type of Taxatio

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    Chart A7.5 List of Government and L

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    Import-Export Chart A8.1 Reasons fo

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    Chart A8.7 Average Time Required to

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