Eurasian project gets a country with modern economic infrastructure with Armenia’s accession – Valovaya

Eurasian project gets a country with modern economic infrastructure with Armenia’s accession – Valovaya

YEREVAN, March 31. /ARKA/. The Eurasian project is getting a member-state with modern economic infrastructure with Armenia’s accession, Member of the Board and Minister for Macroeconomics and Principal Directions of Integration of the Eurasian Economic Commission Tatyana Valovaya said at the conference “Armenia-CU – opportunities and challenges” that started in Yerevan Saturday.

In fact, Armenia is ahead of any CU member-country in Doing Business and other rankings, which is good for competition of jurisdictions, Valovaya said.

Entrepreneurs will have an opportunity to choose between the member states and pick up the jurisdiction they feel more comfortable with, she said.

State agencies as well will have to work in a manner to be competitive in the market, otherwise entrepreneurs will move to other areas, Valovaya said adding Armenia is a very efficient partner in these terms. –0--

12:28 31.03.2014

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