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Thursday, 6 February 2014


By Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan’s decision, Armen Hairapetyan was appointed Deputy Minister of Finance of the Republic of Armenia.

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Armen Hairapetyan

Date and Place of Birth
July 12, 1970, Artik town

Education
1987-1992, Yerevan Institute of National Economy,” “Labor Organization and Standardization,” qualification of economist

Work Experience
1994-1998, Savings Bank’s Ararat branch office, senior economist at Credit Department
1998-1999, Ministry of Finance and Economy, Head of State Duty and Non-Tax Revenue Policy Division of General Department of Fiscal Policy
1999-2000, Ministry of Finance, Head of State Duty and Non-Tax Revenue Policy Department
2000-2002, Ministry of Finance and Economy, General Department of State Revenue Policy, Head of State Duty and Non-Tax Revenue Policy Department
2002-2008, Ministry of Finance and Economy, Head of Macroeconomic Policy Department
2008-2014, Ministry of Finance, Head of Macroeconomic Policy Department
As of February 5, 2014, Deputy Minister of Finance

Additional Information
Served in the RA Armed Forces, fluent in Russian, English, Trainings: Uzbekistan - “Methods of regulating economic environment,” RF (Moscow) – “Economic and environmental policy assessment methods,” Sweden (Gavle) – “Assessment of land and taxes,” Germany (Berlin) – “Macroeconomic forecasting and budget planning,” Austria (Vienna) - “Macroeconomic analysis and policy,” Japan – “Economic development policy,” Austria (Vienna) - - “Strategies for sustainable growth.” Vienna Institute – “Macroeconomic management and financial sector issues in crises,” Yerevan – “Enterprise project management,” International Monetary Fund – “Financial stability-oriented economic policy,” (Seoul) - “Macroeconomic diagnosis,” (Washington, DC) - “Medium-term fiscal framework, fiscal stimuli and discussion of options for ensuring fiscal stability” (Vienna) subjects.

Party Membership
Non-party

Marital Status
Married, has two children
 

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