Last week, Hakob Hakobyan, Chairman of the RA NA Standing Committee on Health Care and Social Affairs, member of the RPA faction, told the Zhoghovurd Daily, “The poor spend little, and consequently, the increase of prices brings to the fact that the poor will have to spontaneously avoid expensive goods. The state policy is that if inflation can hit the poor, they should be protected. Now there is no need for the state to address it. Poor people have the habit of avoiding buying expensive goods.”
During the sitting on November 16, the Armenian government approved the draft law “On Television and Radio” and the draft package of amendments to the related legislation and decided to submit to the National Assembly in a prescribed manner.
On October 13, the initialed Armenia-EU Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement was published. The economic component of this document is of particular interest to the public, political and media circles. Now an attempt is made to clarify and understand what kind of reforms are expected in the economic sphere after the signing of the Armenia-EU comprehensive and enhanced partnership agreement, and in general, what economic impact the document will be.
On October 13, Armenia-EU comprehensive and expanded partnership agreement was published, initialed earlier this year.The final signing of the document will take place within the framework of the Eastern Partnership Summit scheduled for November in Brussels.