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  • #31
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    • #32
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      10:06, 3 May, 2013

      YEREVAN, MAY 3, ARMENPRESS. The export of the 0,2 mm aluminum foil from
      the Republic of Armenia to the U.S. during the period of the first
      three months has recorded a growth of about 24 percent in comparison
      with the same period of the previous year. The State Revenue Committee
      of the Government of the Republic of Armenia informed "Armenpress"
      that during the first three months of the current year 6,830,500 kg
      aluminum foil have been exported to the U.S.

      This amount equaled to 5,516,800 kg in the same period of 2012. The
      total customs value of the aluminum foil exported to the United
      States during the first three months of the current year exceeded
      USD 21 million. The total amount of Armenia's export of aluminum foil
      during the first three months of 2013 equals to 6,984,100 kg.

      In a conversation with "Armenpress" the Press Secretary of
      "Rusal-Armenal" company Alexander Melkumyan stated that the aluminum
      foil of Armenian production is in line with the international standards
      and is much in demand in the USA.


      • #33
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        New fast construction with prefab parts. Looks like a very good fast solution to building modern techniques.


        • #34
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          Originally posted by Vahram View Post
          New fast construction with prefab parts. Looks like a very good fast solution to building modern techniques.



          • #35
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            Mold manufacturing process machinery Armenia.


            • #36
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              • #37
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                Sandwich panels Armenia.


                • #38
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                  Build this and Armenian industry will be in double digit growth for a long time!


                  • #39
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                    Originally posted by Vahram View Post
                    Build this and Armenian industry will be in double digit growth for a long time!

                    thank you
                    continue posting!


                    • #40
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                      This is what happens when Armenians have Industry!

                      For those with a short memory when Armenia handed the telecom industry over to odar hands in a few short years they formed a monopoly. Service prices were going up yet quality was going down. Now an Armenian is in charge of one of the telcom providers, in turn from the profits and good will the oldest Bible that was printed in Armenian has been gifted to the medataran.

                      This is the positive side that most don't want to see to Armenian owned industry. Some of you idiots will scream Oligarch to anything Armenian owned. Watch and learn.