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Armenia makes ‘record-breaking progress’ in fight against monopolies

Armenia makes ‘record-breaking progress’ in fight against monopolies

PanARMENIAN.Net - Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan revealed on Saturday, February 9 that Armenia has seen record-breaking progress in the World Economic Forum’s market monopolization sub-index.

The country has improved its standing by 9 notches to land the 19th this year, Pashinyan said in a Facebook post.

“This means that the international community recognizes that we have achieved serious progress in our fight against monopolies in 2018,” he maintains.

“This indicator is a most important impulse for potential investors who can now see that Armenia is among the world’s 20 best countries by anti-monopoly policy.”

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