YEREVAN. – In January and February, processing industry grew by close to 8% in Armenia, and this is a quite tangible result.
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on Wednesday noted the aforesaid at the National Assembly, as he presented the 2018 activity report of the government.
As per Pashinyan, trade grew by 13.1% during those months.
“High growth rates were recorded also in the services’ sector,” the PM added. “The growth was 17.5% in January, February.”
Also, Pashinyan noted that food production increased in Armenia by 25%, alcoholic drinks’ production—by more than 30%, clothing production—by 15%, and cigarette production—by 17%.
“A considerable growth has been recorded also in the domain of brandy and jewelry export,” Nikol Pashinyan concluded. “In my view, it means that our model of economic revolution is working; I’m confident that it will work better and better.”