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Armenia produced more meat, less bread in 2017

Armenia produced more meat, less bread in 2017

PanARMENIAN.Net - Meat production grew in Armenia by 46% in 2017 as 10.1 tons of meat were produced throughout the last year against the 6.9 tons in 2016.

According to the National Statistical Service, production of semi-finished products and milk increased by 63% and 0.4%, respectively.

The production of cheese, quark and sour cream, meanwhile, dropped by 14%, 10% and 17% respectively.

Furthermore, less bread - down by 2.5% - were produced in the reporting period.

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