Evaluation of entrepreneurship in the country, "double policy" in the sphere of tourism, problems created by non-cash settlement, and everyday problems of the youth town Absheron are the leading topics of today's press.
Azerbaijan writes about the state support of entrepreneurship, which further increases the role of the private sector in the economy.
The author writes that April 25 is annually celebrated as an entrepreneur's day, emphasizing that all conditions are created for entrepreneurship in the country. The share of the private sector in GDP is 80%, and in the employment sector it is 75%.
Novoye Vremya writes about the inconsistent state policy in the sphere of tourism, which leads to the outflow of tourists. So the newspaper estimates the issuance of visas to the citizens of Iraq in the consulate of Azerbaijan in Baghdad, and not at the Baku airport.
Musavat.com writes that the limitation of cash settlement paralyzed the economic and public spheres, and the application of the law “On non-cash settlement” paralyzed entrepreneurs.
According to the law, an enterprise whose annual turnover is more than 200 thousand can cash out only 30,000 manat, and an enterprise with an annual turnover of 15,000 manat can carry out operations only by cashless settlement.
Several experts believe the problems of entrepreneurs are associated with unofficial payments.
Bizim Yol writes about the situation in the youth town of Absheron, where the gas supply has stopped. In January this year, gas was delivered to two blocks, and then stopped, since Accord Company's management did not pay the gas workers.
People use electricity to heat their apartments, but they have to pay 100-150 manat a month for light. In this regard, the residents of the town intend to hold a protest action and block the Baku-Sumgait highway. –0---