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. Continue reading
I’ve read a very inspiring story today about a young Armenian, raised in the States from the age of 9, who has purchased 112 hectares of land in the village of Bagaran and is planning to battle his way through the hassle of living and working in Armenia. Continue reading
A newly launched section in Armenian Government’s Electronic governance website lets an entrepreneur register a business in under 15 minutes from any internet connected computer.
As our car cut through the thick layer of smoke coming out of Alaverdy Copper Factory, I couldn’t help, but feel pity for the inhabitants of the mining town, who have to live with this for their entire lives. Continue reading
No eggs were to be found in a dozen of groceries, supermarkets and food markets in Yerevan today, as families dashed out to buy food preparing for the traditional New Year feast. Continue reading