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In a move condemned by the opposition minority in Armenia's parliament, pro-government lawmakers have essentially repealed a legal ban on advertising strong alcoholic drinks on television.
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The Armenian government on Thursday moved to offer small information technology companies significant tax breaks which it hopes will give a further boost to one of the most dynamic sectors of Armenia's economy.
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PanARMENIAN.Net - Kyiv will continue cooperation with Armenia regardless of the situation in Ukraine, the country's envoy said, expressing hope for rapid settlement of the crisis, Armenian media reported.
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ARMENIAN GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND EU REPRESENTATIVES DISCUSS FUTURE COOPERATION YEREVAN, March 12. / ARKA /.
"SERBIA-ARMENIA TIES NEED TO BE STRENGTHENED" B92, Serbia March 11 2014 Source: Tanjug YEREVAN -- Serbian FM Ivan MrkiÄ~G and his Armenian counterpart Edward Nalbandian agreed in Yerevan that "relations between the two countries need to be strengthened."
FOCUS ON FRANCE: TWO-MONTH FRANCOPHONIE SEASON KICKS OFF IN ARMENIA http://armenianow.com/arts_and_culture/52576/armenia_francophonie_season_patricia_kaas ARTS AND CULTURE 10:46 Photolure By Gohar Abrahamyan ArmeniaNow reporter As famous French singer Patricia Kaas performed French legend Edith Piaf's song on Yerevan stage last Sunday, a two-month ... (more)
YEREVAN, March 12 / ARKA /. Armenian foreign minister Edward Nalbandian met yesterday in Moscow with the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs Igor Popov , Jacques Faure and James Warlick , as well as the personal representative of the OSCE chairman-in -office Andrzej Kasprzyk, the press service of the Armenian foreign ministry said.
France -- Judges of the European Court of Human Rights are seen during the case of Al Nashiri and Husayn vs Poland at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, December 3, 2013 Armenia commended Switzerland on Wednesday for asking the European Court of Human Rights to reconsider a recent ruling that public denial of the Armenian genocide in ... (more)
Three employees of Yerevan's underground metro system have asked a municipal court to overturn their controversial dismissal, saying that it was retribution for their active participation in recent protests against a controversial pension reform.
YEREVAN, March 12. / ARKA /. On the eve of International Women's Day, new research from the Grant Thornton International Business Report reveals that despite a groundswell of discussion and debate, the proportion of women holding the top jobs around the world remains at just under a quarter.
The government of Switzerland announced Tuesday, March 11, that it will appeal a December 17, 2013 decision by the European Court of Human Rights overturning the conviction of Dogu PerinA ek for denying the Armenian Genocide.
ARMENIA: ECONOMIC POLICY IN STALEMATE Vestnik Kavkaza, Russia March 10 2014 10 March 2014 - 1:27pm Susanna Petrosyan, Yerevan, exclusively for Vestnik Kavkaza The monopolistic nature of the Armenian economy based on the clan-oligarchic regime has been encountering obvious problems.
Nancy Najarian is running for the U.S. Congressional seat being vacated by Congressman considered a safe Democratic district.
Vienna-Austria's capital, known for coffee, Mozart and Schnapps-ranks No. 1 among expatriates as a city to live and work in, according to the latest global survey released by international management consultancy Mercer.
YEREVAN, March 11. / ARKA /. An Armenian Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Tigran Sragsyan discussed today ways to improve Armenia's standing in Doing Business ranking, the government press service reported.
Armenia may face serious problems unless it adopts a clear policy on how to protect its water resources, MP from Prosperous Armenia Party Lyova Khachatryan told journalists on Tuesday.
During March 12-16 there will be 3 events at once in Yerevan State University of Architecture and Construction.