Two children were among the four injured when the vehicle carrying the seven people crashed around 9:30 a.m., Icelandic police said. The vehicle was crossing the bridge at Skeidararsandur, a vast ...
Before independence, Armenia's economy was largely industry-based – chemicals, electronics, machinery, processed food, synthetic rubber, and textile – and highly dependent on outside resources. ...
Abstract — One of the most dynamic sectors of tourism industry in Armenia is business tourism. Geographic location of Armenia stimulates the development of active economic relations with
Last week I wrote about Armenia's wine history, which can be traced back to 4000 BC. But the modern Armenian wine industry "is not 6,000 years old — it's closer to six," quips Yeraz ...
YEREVAN (RFE/RL)—Information technology (IT) companies remain the fastest-growing sector of Armenia's economy, having expanded by 25 percent in 2014, according to official statistics.
Armenia is the 132nd largest export economy in the world. In 2016, Armenia exported $2.16B and imported $3.28B, resulting in a negative trade balance of $1.11B.
Armenia - Information TechnologyArmenia - Information Technology This is a best prospect industry sector for this country. Includes a market overview and trade data.
Facts and statistics about the Industries of Armenia. Updated as of 2018.
Armenia prides itself on being the first nation to formally adopt Christianity (early 4th century). Despite periods of autonomy, over the centuries Armenia came under the sway of various empires including the Roman, Byzantine, Arab, Persian, and Ottoman.
There is a huge "minus" in the country's micro enterprises, whose staff has reduced by 2,100 people, from January to March of the current year…
Armenia: Armenia, country of Transcaucasia, lying just south of the Caucasus mountain range. To the north and east Armenia is bounded by Georgia and Azerbaijan, while its neighbours to the southeast and west are, respectively, Iran and Turkey. The capital is Yerevan.
Armenian government lifts ban from import of right-hand drive cars. YEREVAN, December 6. /ARKA/. The government of Armenia has approved today a decision allowing the import and sale of vehicles with right-hand steering wheels.
Armenia Table of Contents. The most important elements of Armenian heavy industry are metal working, machinery manufacture, electronics, and the production of chemicals, petrochemicals, fertilizers, and building materials.
Armenia plans to develop its military industry, Defense Minister Seyran Ohanyan stated during his press conference Friday near the border with Azerbaijan. The minister recalled that Armenia has approved the concept for the country's military industry. As per Ohanyan, there exists a list of
But what really made ArmHiTec 2018 noteworthy was the amount of new equipment put on display by local players. Armenia is now almost self-sufficient in the following sectors of its arms industry: apparel, light weapons, drones, and optoelectronics.
Armenia, officially the Republic of Armenia, is a country in the South Caucasus region of Eurasia. The overall region is majorly consisting of mountains. It is located at the crossroads of Western The overall region is majorly consisting of mountains.
Armenia has a highly developed industrial sector. After the disintegration of the Soviet Union, Armenia industry sectors diversified to include modern manufacturing units and booming construction sector. Armenia exports heavy machines, textiles and consumer goods.
Industry in Armenia has traditionally been based on mining and the manufacture of goods such as textiles, electric motors, tires, chemicals, trucks, machine tools, and some consumer appliances (mainly washing machines).
Writer Niree Noel examines the history of beauty in Armenia by speaking to women who witnessed its evolution from Soviet communist rule to the modern day.
This Report aims at presenting the structure of alcoholic beverages marketof Armenia, and delineating the potential of the industry both from exportpotential and local market development points of view.
Armenia—with its highly educated population, an entrepreneurial spirit, a legacy of research and development during Soviet times, and high growth digital sector—can become a technology hub or ...
Armenia - Industry GDP growth slid notably in the third quarter, coming in at 2.7% annually (Q2: +7.5% year-on-year). Contracting agricultural output due to unfavorable weather and plunging mining production were chiefly behind the slowdown.
Consulting industry of Armenia – an overview of the consultancy market of Armenia, news and consulting industry research, consulting firms in Armenia, consultants and projects.
Armenian Biotech Industry, Yerevan, Armenia. 749 likes · 5 talking about this · 1 was here. "Armenian Biotech Industry" is a FB project run by FMD K&L...
The mining sector is the fastest growing part of Armenia's economy. In 2015, the mineral industry grew by 50.4% in comparison to the previous years and made up 16.7% of total industrial production of Armenia.
Armenia was a Soviet republic until independence in 1991. President Serzh Sargsyan of the center-right Republican Party won a second five-year term in 2013. A cease-fire in Armenia's 25-year ...
As a country at war, Armenia needs to make development of arms industry number one priority, Karen Vardanyan says
The gold mining in Armenia has more foreign investment. The first Dynasty Mines, which is registered in Canada, was the first foreign company to invest in the country's gold sector.
Companies such as PicsArt, Triada Studios, Plexonic and BetConstruct are making waves in the tech industry, showing the enormous potential Armenia has as a center of innovation.