Over January-May GDP of CIS countries decreased by 9 per cent

Over January-May GDP of CIS countries decreased by 9 per cent

July 4, 2009 - 14:52 AMT  04:36 GMT
Over January-May the biggest growth (4,4 per cent) was recorded in Azerbaijan, Tajikistan and Belarus recorded 3.2 and 1.4 per cent of growth respectively.
Alexander Skakov: Russia doesn't want a new war in Caucasus

Alexander Skakov: Russia doesn't want a new war in Caucasus

July 4, 2009 - 14:40 AMT  04:36 GMT
Kavkaz 2009 is a defense and anti-terrorism exercise. It doesn't envisage intrusion of troops into the territory of a neighbor state.
RA Defense Ministry football team wins Prime Minister's Cup

RA Defense Ministry football team wins Prime Minister's Cup

July 4, 2009 - 13:46 AMT  04:36 GMT
Tigran Sargsyan handed the Cup to the winners.
Armenian Church  to be built in Kiev

Armenian Church to be built in Kiev

July 4, 2009 - 13:44 AMT  04:36 GMT
Rent contract of the Armenian Embassy building in Ukraine to be prolonged.
South Stream can be put into operation earlier than Nabucco

South Stream can be put into operation earlier than Nabucco

July 4, 2009 - 13:40 AMT  04:36 GMT
Andrey Zagorsky: the situation with construction of Nabucco is rather obscure.
Industrial production in CIS reduce by 16 per cent  over January-May

Industrial production in CIS reduce by 16 per cent over January-May

July 4, 2009 - 12:13 AMT  04:36 GMT
Industrial production in Armenia dropped by 10.5 per cent in January-May compared to same period of last year.
Areximbank - Gazprombank group offers new deposit Arexim - child

Areximbank - Gazprombank group offers new deposit Arexim - child

July 4, 2009 - 12:01 AMT  04:36 GMT
Deposit terms vary from 2 to 18 years, the interest rate: USD - 9 per cent, EURO - 7 per cent, AMD - 11 per cent.
Weekly digest of foreign currency deals

Weekly digest of foreign currency deals

July 4, 2009 - 11:55 AMT  04:36 GMT
From June 22 to July 28 AMD loans granted by banks totaled 10.6 billion dram, while USD loans totaled $21.9 million.

Is Egypt in for "date" revolution?

July 1, 2009 - 00:23 AMT  04:36 GMT
On June 30 an oppositional Egyptian newspaper reported that soon President of Egypt Hosni Mubarak, after 28 years of presidency, will send in his resignation, proposing to his post instead of himself his son, Deputy Chairman of the ruling National-Democratic Party Gamal Mubarak. The news, let us say, is rather unexpected, if we consider the prevalent traditions of "eastern democracy". The resignation of Mubarak, if it actually occurs, can change the configuration of the Great Near East, though in short term outlook.

Armenian society demonstrates extreme indifference

June 13, 2009 - 23:07 AMT  04:36 GMT
Basic political events of the dying week in Armenia were the work of the Council of Elders in Yerevan, sluggish protests of the opposition, break-up of the fact-gathering group of March 1 events, review of the tax bill in the RA Parliament, and suspension of funding provided to Armenia by the program "Millennium Challenges".
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