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Tuesday, 14 December 2010

Meetings with domestic producers to be continued

Chaired by Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan, a consultative meeting was held today in the Office of Government involving Armenian Manufacturers’ Union board members and the heads of Public Council’s fiscal and economic affairs commission subcommittees.

Welcoming the guests, the Prime Minister stated, “I am convinced that this meeting will help us get a clearer idea of your vision of Armenia’s economic development and the government’s priorities. On the other hand, it is a possibility for us to introduce the package of reforms which was developed considering the reality and the lessons drawn from the crisis.”

Thanking the head of government for the meeting, AMU chairman Vazgen Safaryan referred to the draft concept of Armenia’s industrial development. He voiced the Union’s concerns over effective implementation industrial policy in or country Armenia.

Views and approaches concerning Armenia’s current economic status and development prospects were expressed by those present during the exchange of opinions that followed the discussion. In particular, they stressed the need for improving tax administration, increasing the level of exports, boosting small and medium-size enterprise, developing innovational technologies and tourism, as well as deepening cooperation between the government and the trade unions.

Summing up the meeting, Tigran Sargsyan stated his government’s point of view on the questions raised at the meeting. The Prime Minister briefed those present on the ongoing and future steps aimed at tackling some of the problems mentioned. Suggesting that the proposals should be submitted in writing, the head of government assured that any reasonable proposal would be given due consideration. In conclusion, Tigran Sargsyan gave specific directives to the ministries and agencies concerned.

Emphasizing the effectiveness of meetings like this, the guests thanked the head of government for favorable consideration of those concerns expressed during the previous meeting held last year.

Highlighting the need for holding such meetings on a regular basis, Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan said they may assist the government in decision-making processes.

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