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Tuesday, 24 November 2009

The Prime Minister of Armenia visited Grand Candy enterprise

RA Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan visited today Grand Candy enterprise. The head of government called at the factory’s printing house, walked round the confectionery shops to get a first-hand view of technological and manufacturing processes.

Following the tour of the factory, the head of government answered journalists’ questions. He said in particular: “Today Grand Candy is a successfully developing entity with thousands of jobs available. The bulk of raw material procurements are made to domestic suppliers considering that this can foster other sectors, too, inclusive of agriculture. I believe this will open up good development prospects because by entering into closer cooperation with domestic manufacturers, “Grand Candy” can lower the cost-price of its output and have a competitive edge.

Asked about the soviet-era trademarks used by the Company especially for chocolates, due to which Russian- or Ukrainian-make products of the same name cannot be imported into Armenia, the head of government noted: “This is a result of natural competition conducted in line with the market rules. We should see that the competition is fair and consistent with relevant laws to the benefit of our consumers and citizens. The State is called to ensure that accurate rules are applied as changing regulations may impair the competition and oust individual manufacturers from the market. Indeed, we will continue seeing that the rules go unchanged to keep the Company safe from possible interventions.”

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