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#1 onjig

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Posted 11 February 2018 - 02:23 PM

What can be done for the Armenian people ```

 

To slow migration ``` 

 

 

What can the Armenian government do ```

 

What can we do ```

 

What is the truth ```

 

What is your opinion ```



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Posted 15 February 2018 - 07:29 AM

There is an Armenian saying that goes: The best way to find a job is to create one.
Throughout our history we have never been jobseekers. We were the ones creating the jobs.
The Armenian government should simply set fair rules and business conditions and everything will come to its place.
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Posted 15 February 2018 - 08:46 AM

To do that, Armenians should stop taking bribes during elections. All they do is complain and on election time take the bribe and put the crooks back in power. Only a honest politician can set fair and honest rules.


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Posted 16 February 2018 - 12:13 PM

hmmmmm i have no answer :(


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Posted 21 February 2018 - 10:05 AM

Has there been any improvement ~ in the last year or so ```

 

 

 

What can we ~ from outside Armenia ~ do to encourage "Fair rules and business conditions"  and " End election Bribery "  ?????

 

 

How can we help ???


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Posted 28 February 2018 - 09:48 AM

If there is no difference between the RA Armenians and diaspora than treat them fairly when they invest in Armenia. Don't let them (Crooks) collude with the judges and steal their investments. Talk is cheap, now walk the walk!

Armenpress News Agency , Armenia

February 26, 2018 Monday


While building Armenia-Diaspora ties we should look into future, youth
and 21st century – presidential candidate Armen Sarkissian



YEREVAN, FEBRUARY 26, ARMENPRESS. Armen Sarkissian, candidate for the
President of Armenia, sets the principle of Armenians’ becoming a
world nation on the basis of strengthening the Armenia-Diaspora ties,
reports Armenpress.

In an interview to the Public TV, asked with which model the
Armenia-Diaspora relations should develop, the presidential candidate
said: “It is the model by which we, as Armenians, are going to live in
this world. This model is an open, rather than a closed model for me.
I want to imagine that all Armenians should live in a situation where
there is a small state, but a world nation. We all, as Armenians,
regardless of our place of residence, should fulfill our civil duty to
the Republic of Armenia and the Republic of Artsakh based on this
principle”.

The next important precondition for the presidential candidate for
strengthening the Armenia-Diaspora ties is not to put a difference
between the Armenians and Diaspora-Armenians, as well as the
contribution of the Diaspora-Armenians in developing the homeland. He
also highlighted the need to look into the future and use the “tools”
of the 21st century.

“While building the Armenia-Diaspora relations we should look into the
future, the youth and the 21st century. The tools we have used
previously for strengthening the Armenia-Diaspora ties, today should
be different as it is the 21st century”, Armen Sarkissian said, adding
that the key on strengthening the ties between the homeland and the
Diaspora is in the hands of youth with free thinking.

English – translator/editor: Aneta Harutyunyan

 



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Posted 15 March 2018 - 10:29 AM

ARKA, Armenia
March 14 2018
 
 
About 400 new IT startups set up in Armenia in recent years
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YEREVAN, March 14. /ARKA/. The decision of the government of Armenia to introduce tax breaks for start-ups has helped establish about 400 new information technology (IT) companies, Deputy Minister of Transport, Communication and Information Technology Amalia Yegoyan told a news conference today. 

Under a government decision passed by the Armenian parliament in late 2014, startups employing up to 30 people can be exempt from profit tax until 2020. They are also eligible for a preferential income tax rate for their employees, equivalent to 10 percent of their gross wages. The minimum payroll tax rate in Armenia is set at 24.4 percent.
According to the deputy minister, in 2017 alone more than 100 companies were set up not only in the capital Yerevan but also beyond it.

She said small teams working as freelancers that used to work in shadow chose to register their companies after the decision.  ‘This is very important, as international companies wishing to cooperate with Armenian start-ups require  portfolios of companies, information on registered employees and other data ,"  noted Yegoyan.

She said as a result of successful negotiations, an agreement was signed earlier this week between the Gyumri Technology Center and MALIA Group in Lebanon, which intends to support the start-ups of the Center and entrust it with some technological tasks, as well as the maintenance programs. 

IT is Armenia’s fastest growing economy sector expanding by an average 20 percent annually. It employs more than 16,000 people and accounts roughly for 5 percent of the country’s Gross Domestic Product.-0-

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Posted 17 March 2018 - 08:37 AM

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March 16 2018
 
 
Moody’s Changes Armenia’s Credit Outlook from Stable to Positive
March 16, 2018
 
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Ratings agency Moody’s has changed the outlook on Armenia’s debt from stable to positive and reconfirmed the country’s B1 long-term issuer and senior unsecured debt ratings.

 

“The change in the outlook on Armenia’s sovereign rating to positive indicates that Moody’s sees the next 12-18 months developing positively,” read a report issued by the Armenian Central Bank.

Moody also raised the country’s long-term local-currency bond and deposit ceilings to Baa3 from Ba2. Moreover, long and short-term foreign currency bond and deposits will remain the same. A decisive factor in the change was GDP growth, high level of affordability of state debt and strengthening of institutions, as well as the development of a macroeconomic stability assistance policy.

Moody’s also outlined the risk factors which served as a base for keeping unchanged the country’s rating and changing the outlook from stable to positive.

According to the agency, upward pressure on Armenia’s rating would stem from further economic and institutional reforms that point to sustained improvement concerning economic competitiveness and institutional strength. Moody’s expects that Armenia’s fiscal deficit will narrow to 2.6 per cent of GDP in 2018 and 2.5 per cent in 2019, from 4.7 per cent in 2017. The organisation expects levels of government debt to decline by approximately 2 per cent by the end of 2019.

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Posted 17 March 2018 - 08:46 AM

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Change of power only with peaceful rebellion (video)
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On April 10-17, the “For the sake of the state of Armenia” is preparing for new rallies and bringing more people to the streets. As stated by Petros Makeyan, Chairman of the Democratic Homeland party, member of the Coordinating Group for the “For the sake of the state of Armenia”, regardless of expectations of some forces, all their demonstrations and actions will go on without any violence.

“The authorities are concerned about the resumption of the struggle, noting that a new movement has begun, but with old faces, who, after being imprisoned, continue to strugglle against them. In publications and statements it is said that we are getting ready for a fight. We are also accused of supporting “Sasna Tsrer”. And if the Government feels real danger, they can put new obstacles and declare that we are going to commit illegal actions, even impose on us cases like Sari Tagh or others,” he said.

Susanna Muradyan, a member of the Coordinating Group for the “For sake of the state of Armenia” frontline, stressed that the rally, as well as all further actions would be peaceful.

“It is not necessary to fight against the computer, liking this or that statement or speech, but it is necessary to go out to the square and rally. Change of power will only happen under the pressure of the people,” said the speaker.

Karapet Rubinyan, a former vice-speaker of the RA National Assembly, member of the Coordinating Group for the “For the sake of the state of Armenia”, noted that it was expected to unite with other opposition forces. According to him, if the society felt that the opposition was united, it would join them. At the moment, according to the members of the “For the sake of the state of Armenia”, negotiations are underway with the the Yelk (Way Out) and Yerkir Tsirani parties, and their position will be clear.

 
 
 


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Posted 21 March 2018 - 09:20 AM

The youth is our future, hopefully they will succeed!

PanArmenian, Armenia

March 20 2018
 
 
Switalski says Armenians are talented, 'have a high IQ'
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March 20, 2018 - 18:23 AMT

PanARMENIAN.Net - The EU delegation in Armenia has announced the launch of EU for Youth project and four new youth empowerment programs in the country, Panorama.am reports.

When the project launched on Tuesday, March 20 , EU ambassador the country Piotr Switalski urged the Armenian youth to create a different state.

“It is your responsibility to create a better future for your country,” the diplomat said.

“EU believes in the youth, especially in the Armenian ones. You boast the advantage of a wealthy civilization, you have famous people in all the fields.”

According to him, young people should be able to push the country forward and unveil it to the world.

Also, Switalski said Armenians are talented, have a high IQ, and the European Union supports them by creating good education opportunities for them.

 

http://www.panarmeni..._have_a_high_IQ

 

 

 





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