Yerevan’s mayor Karen Karapetyan has ordered removal of small kiosks from Armenian capital’s central streets, despite the fact, that many of the kiosks are run by small businessmen, who are fully legally licensed to operate, have corresponding permissions for the space they occupy and often are struggling to repay newly acquired loans.
If anyone tells me that Armenia is a good place to do business, I swear I’m going to have a nervous breeakdown.
Laws, licences and property rights must be respected, if anyone is to feel secrue to invest in this country!
What the heck! What’s going to happen to these poor people? How are they going to survive? How are they going to feed their families, repay their loans? It really seems, that the only logical solution for them would be to emigrate. I suspect that’s exactly what they will do.