Late last year, Armenia’s national postal carrier announced an increase in prices for international shipments. Small businesses have been hit hard.
Armenia’s parliament recently approved property tax increases that led to a wave of debate and blowback. Astghik Karapetyan explains how the reform is being implemented.
When a State of Emergency was declared in Armenia because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people lost their jobs. Many of them were unregistered workers and today have found themselves more vulnerable than ever.
Armenian banks offer 9% interest on a one-year term deposit. Harout Manougian explains what you need to know before opening an account.
The nature of the strategic importance of oil and gas is changing. As energy policies adapt, Armenia will face a new global reality. Will it be ready for it?
Tatev Mkrtumyan looks at five startups from the Armenian tech scene that are making a splash in four main industries that are growing during the pandemic.
What will change after the global COVID-19 pandemic and how can Armenia position itself to come out of the crisis in a stronger position? Samson Avetian breaks down the economic landscape.
Armenia’s advancement in the tech and innovation space is only in its infancy. In order to take the next step, domestic financial markets need to be well-aligned and sophisticated enough to provide the best possible support and take Armenian entrepreneurship and innovation to the next level.
Striving for gender equality in the labor market is essential to maximizing Armenia’s economic potential.
Armenia’s minimum wage is set to increase in 2020. When setting the minimum wage, governments need to take a balanced and evidence-based approach that considers the needs of workers and their families on the one hand and economic factors on the other.