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This Selected Issues paper and Statistical Appendix for Azerbaijan aims to provide a guide to the management of Azerbaijan’s expected natural resource-generated windfall. The paper provides information on Azerbaijan’s endowment of oil and gas deposits and the projected revenue stream, and highlights the common characteristics of policies leading to the mismanagement of natural resource wealth in natural resource-abundant countries. It also outlines a medium- and long-term policy strategy for oil wealth management in Azerbaijan.
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.86 Sources: Azerbaijan State Statistics Committee; Azerbaijan National Bank; Ministry of Finance; and Fund staff estimates. 1/ Data for 2007 are based on ANB and Fund staff estimates. 2/ Includes tax credits to SOCAR for energy-related subsidies. 3/ Calculated from below the line data (including statistical discrepancy). 4/ Defined as gross domestic demand (excluding oil sector-related imports) divided by average broad money. Table 1. Azerbaijan: Gross Domestic Product by Sector of Origin, 2003–07 Prel. 2003 2004

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,834.0 Source: Azerbaijan State Statistics Committee. Azerbaijan National Bank, Ministry of Finance; and Fund staff estimates 1/ Preliminary data. 2/ Revenue and expenditure in 2002 include the estimated value of SOCAR’s unpaid energy deliveries to the utilities (5.4 percent of GDP). 3/ Defined as non-oil GDP divided by average manat broad money. I. I ntroduction 1. This selected issues paper and statistical appendix provide background information for the 2003 Article IV consultation discussions with Azerbaijan. 2. The biggest medium- to long

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In recent years, the IMF has released a growing number of reports and other documents covering economic and financial developments and trends in member countries. Each report, prepared by a staff team after discussions with government officials, is published at the option of the member country.
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/ 23.7 38.8 3/ Manat broad money, end of period 5.3 11.1 7.7 15.5 31.6 3/ 28.0 30.9 3/ Manat velocity relative to non-oil GDP (ratio) 4/ 10.6 11.4 11.3 11.6 … 10.9 … Exchange rate (manat/US$) End of period 4,378 4,565 4,775 4,893 4,913 3/ 4,923 4,905 3/ Period average 4,120 4,474 4,657 4,861 4,907 3/ 4,911 4,923 3/ Sources: Azerbaijan State Statistics Committee, Azerbaijan National Bank, Ministry of Finance; and Fund staff estimates

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387 383 Agriculture 3,092 3,440 3,755 3,943 4,195 Construction 2,229 2,053 1,540 1,554 3,185 Transportation and communication 1,612 2,022 2,836 2,695 2,903 Trade 1,011 1,336 1,575 1,966 2,354 Social services 4,315 3,951 3,934 4,330 4,350 Source: Azerbaijan State Statistics Committee. 1/ Preliminary data. Table 2. Azerbaijan: Gross Domestic Product by Final Use, 1998-2002 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 1/ (In

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In recent years, the IMF has released a growing number of reports and other documents covering economic and financial developments and trends in member countries. Each report, prepared by a staff team after discussions with government officials, is published at the option of the member country.
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) 3/ 10.4 10.8 11.7 11.9 11.9 Exchange rate (manat/US$) End of period 3,890 4,378 4,565 4,775 4,893 Period average 3,869 4,120 4,474 4,657 4,834 Source: Azerbaijan State Statistics Committee, Azerbaijan National Bank, Ministry of Finance; and Fund staff estimates. 1/ Preliminary data. 2/ Revenue and expenditure in 2002 include the estimated value of SOCAR’s unpaid energy deliveries to the utility companies (5.4 percent of GDP). 3/ Defined as non-oil GDP divided by average manat

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,911 4,923 3/ Sources: Azerbaijan State Statistics Committee; Azerbaijan National Bank; Ministry of Finance; and Fund staff estimates. 1/ Starting from 2002 revenue and expenditure include tax credits to SOCAR for energy-related subsidies. 2/ Calculated from below the line data. 3/ For nine months. 4/ Defined as non-oil GDP divided by average manat broad money. E xecutive S ummary A three-year arrangement under the PRGF, in an amount equivalent to SDR 80.45 million (50 percent of quota) was approved on July 2, 2001

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: Household Budget Survey 2001 and Living Standard Measurement Study 2008. Azerbaijan: Real Wage and Total Factor Productivity in Non-hydrocarbon Sector 1/ 1/ To overcome scarcity of labor data, total factor productivity (TFP) was calculated using a dual approach, which relies on the factor price of production inputs rather than physical stock of inputs Sources: Azerbaijan State Statistics Committee, WEO and IMF staff estimations. 3. The social protection system also contributed to the reduction in poverty and inequality : 7 Public spending on social