For the most part, foreign companies control the telecommunications sector in Armenia. They are international holding companies, companies founded by ...
By a vote of 104 to 10, Armenia’s National Assembly passed a bill on making changes to the constitution.
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Armavia, regarded as Armenia’s flying colors, could have continue to operate. However artificial its dominancy over the ruins of Armenian Airlines ...
This concerns us given that 610 people work at the Alaverdi smelter. If it closed, the impact would be devastating since we cannot offer alternative ...
Take the case of the Healthy Future Medical Center, Ltd. The Armenian government has been pouring lots of cash to the company as part of a program called ...
On September 17, 2015, the government of Armenia adopted a decision regarding the petition filed by the Russian company INTER RAO UES, to sell all ...
Residents of the Nor Haykadjour community in Artsakh have been forced to drink water earmarked for irrigation for the past three years.
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