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Manat

A name for a currency in Central Asia. The currencies of both Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan are called the manat. In Azerbaijan, the Soviet ruble was called the manat locally.
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The production volume in the processing industry amounted to 1.03 billion manat with a specific weight of 18.1 percent in January-February 2014 which is 15.5 percent more than in January-February 2013.
According to the State Statistics Committee, in 2012, in current prices, GDP amounted to 77.9 billion manat, which is 4.5 bn
Loans worth 895.6 million manat (5.5%) were overdue compared to 754.7 million manat as of January-April 2013.
Its share in a total volume of foreign investments reached 55.5 percent, while its investments amounted to 327.07 billion manat.
Defense will get 1bn 528.58 million manat (government forecast unchanged).
Its specific weight in the total volume of foreign investments in Azerbaijan amounted to 29.1 percent in the mentioned period while its investments amounted to 420.1 million manat.
In total, according to State Statistic Committee data, the total volume of capital investments in the industrial sector in Azerbaijan in January-November constituted 6.39 billion manat, that is by 32 per cent more than the same indicator of 2012.
The NFES issued 993 small loans (97.9% of total loans) worth 11.11 million manat (24.9% out of the total portfolio of loans).
Expenditures worth 249.3 million manat were directed to financing the improvement of social condition of refugees and internally displaced persons, 106.4 million manat were used for financing the reconstruction of the Samur-Absheron irrigation system.
The weekly turnover at Baku Stock Exchange (BSE) on June 24-28 amounted to 350.9 million manats,Trendreports referring to the stock exchange.
The SSC registered under number AZ1001008346 the next shares prospectus which will allow the company to increase its registered capital by 1.2 million manat through the issue of 1,200 shares with par value of 1,000 manat.
SOCAR transferred to the state budget over 1.4 billion manat in 2012, that is by 90 million manat, or 6.7 percent, more compared to 2011.