Evaluation of the III state program of development of regions, issues of spirituality, high import prices, and tariff policy are the leading topics of today's press.
The newspaper Azerbaijan writes about a new stage of regional development and the outcome of the State Program for the period 2014-2018. This is the III state program of development of regions in a row, recalls the author. According to the author, the 31 January conference is an indication of the duration of the reforms in the socio-economic field.
The website Azadliq.info has published an article about the role and significance of the lack of spirituality in people's careers. Thus, spirituality is often an obstacle to achieving the goal, and the lack of spirituality, on the contrary, is a "ladder" for elevation.
It is different in the countries, where the level of ethics and respect for the law is observed, but there are countries where to achieve the goal immoral and soulless methods are the only one. It is bitter that such processes take place in Azerbaijan in recent years.
Echo writes about the import monopoly, when import prices are unreasonably overstated. Azerbaijan's economy is dependent on imports and 80% of all food and non-food products come from abroad. For this reason, the cost of imported goods has doubled.
Novoye Vremya also writes about the rise in prices for goods and services.
However, in some cases, there is an artificial rise. So, SOCAR in the near future will most probably raise the question of increasing tariffs for public services, which will cause a new chain reaction of tariff increases.