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Azerbaijan to introduce free e-signature in 2018

Friday 20 October 2017 | 13:33 CET | News
Azerbaijan plans to offer free electronic signature services to private persons in 2018, reports Trend. Currently the service for private persons costs AZN 18 for three years. The service costs AZN 36 for individual businessmen, AZN 72 for legal entities and AZN 58 for state officials for three years.  

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