(MENAFN- Trend News Agency)
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BAKU, Azerbaijan, January 31. The
share of micro, small, and medium businesses in Azerbaijan's public
procurement amounted to 95 percent in 2022, said the Head of
Azerbaijan's State Service for Antimonopoly Control and Supervision
of the Consumer Market under the Ministry of Economy Mammad
Abbasbeyli, trend reports.
He made the remark during the press conference
dedicated to the results of 2022.
'The total amount of public procurement amounted to
6.7 billion manat ($3.9 billion), which is 767.5 million ($451.4
million), or 12.8 percent higher than in 2021,' he said.
He noted that the total value of the tender
applications equaled 4.5 billion manat ($2.6 billion), which is 1.8
billion manat ($1.06 billion), or 70.1 percent higher than in
According to him, the total value of the tender
applications for the open tenders equaled 2.2 billion manat ($1.2
billion), for quotation surveys - 67.9 million manat ($39.9
million), and for requests for proposals – 1.002 billion manat
Abbasbeyli added that the volume of electronic
procurements amounted to 1.272 billion manat or $748.2 million (a
share of 18.8 percent).
The number of initiated cases on antimonopoly issues
and cases of unfair competition tripled in Azerbaijan in 2022, and
the number of completed cases increased 2.2 times compared to 2021.
In general, 48 cases were completed in 2022, while in 2021 there
were 22 such cases, and in 2020 – 6. In addition, a total of 60
cases were initiated in 2022, 20 cases in 2021, and 9 cases in
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