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  • http://www.eurasianet.org/node/85586

    If the defense expenditure increase is for purchasing domestically made weapons, let's expect our economy to get a major boost. Let's start signing some contracts with the Arabs and Russians and get our manufacturing back up!!!

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    • Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post
      http://www.armradio.am/en/2017/10/19...parts-unknown/

      Bourdain in Armenia filming an episode? If this is true, this is going to be one big bump for international tourism to Armenia. 25% this year, let's bump tourism up to 3 million next year!!! Fill up the Armenian taverns and hotels and convention centers!!!

      Little Iceland brings in approximately 2.5bln a year from tourism. I believe with our geography and climate, we can make it 5bln! Let's expect Armenia's economy to rise to $15bln very very soon.
      Don't put your hopes up, he may show the worst parts of Shirak (the poorest province) and just one guy isn't going to increase our tourism.

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      • Originally posted by DieHard69 View Post

        Don't put your hopes up, he may show the worst parts of Shirak (the poorest province) and just one guy isn't going to increase our tourism.
        I think that that is also important. A little shame at the handling of the situation wouldn't hurt. I see it as an hour long commercial for Armenia, and Parts Unknown has usually been positive. We'll see.

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        • Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post

          I think that that is also important. A little shame at the handling of the situation wouldn't hurt. I see it as an hour long commercial for Armenia, and Parts Unknown has usually been positive. We'll see.
          Speaking of which I was left astounded at the fact that our government was not xxxxting when we were getting new trains, we should modernize our railways as much as possible and connect it to every major town in Armenia, costly yes, poverty reduction, yes,increased connectivity, also yes, it is also crucial to connect a railway between Artsakh and Armenia, transporting troops and vehicles will be much easier and more convenient economically for our population. But this is the most costly thing our Mod has to do in order to develop better for trade. Some of my class mates from my University can come from as far as the out skirts of Yerevan.

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          • Originally posted by DieHard69 View Post

            Speaking of which I was left astounded at the fact that our government was not xxxxting when we were getting new trains, we should modernize our railways as much as possible and connect it to every major town in Armenia, costly yes, poverty reduction, yes,increased connectivity, also yes, it is also crucial to connect a railway between Artsakh and Armenia, transporting troops and vehicles will be much easier and more convenient economically for our population. But this is the most costly thing our Mod has to do in order to develop better for trade. Some of my class mates from my University can come from as far as the out skirts of Yerevan.
            Armenia is a sovreign country, could print its own money, and direct it straight into infrastructure development. If you time it just right like South Korea did, you can have a worldclass infrastructure.

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