The Armenian Ministry of Finance, part of which is now overseeing tax collection, says that 98 out of 1,200 corporate taxpayers have themselves decided to “specify” their tax obligations, which will result in additional state budget revenues of nearly $1 million.
The Government of Armenia has approved a $40 million project toward construction of an international logistics center and transportation near Zvartnots International Airport. The center will be included in the international logistical center of TRACECA in the future.
VivaCell-MTS presents surprise for “GOOD’OK” service subscribers, from November 1 till 30 subscribers will get free melodies from the special melodies list of the service. Till November 15 the special list will consist of 15 free melodies and another 15 melodies will be added to the list on November 15.
ArmenTel will be able to provide up to 60Mbps internet speed through its subscriber lines, stated the company’s CEO Igor Klimko while presenting the company’s vision on how the internet will develop in Armenia within coming years.
Prime Minister of Armenia Tigran Sargsyan on Tuesday presented steps to the National Assembly, planned by the government and directed at collecting additional 101 billion drams (about $268 million) in State Budget 2012. According to those steps, the additional funds of the State Budget will mainly be collected through those who have large incomes and through increasing the taxation burden of expensive alcoholic beverages and vehicles.
Armenia’s newly appointed Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan promised to actively cooperate with the country’s information technologies (IT) sector as he met with its leading representatives on Wednesday.