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Prices In Armenia?

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  • Prices In Armenia?

    I'm just wondering if its cheaper to buy anything from there than it would be from here. I know there is no tax, but doesn't labor also effect general prices? I mean, there a doctor only makes something like, what? 150 dollars a month. So shouldn't the price of goods also be lower?

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    Re: Prices In Armenia?

    Some things are cheaper. For example, a cab ride costs like two bucks. Water was also pretty cheap, but I think they increased the prices.


    • #3
      Re: Prices In Armenia?

      What about material things like electronics (cell phones and what not), clothes, etc


      • #4
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        Not sure about those. I can find out though.


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          Re: Prices In Armenia?

          i think clothes n xxxx are the same

          but yeah how much are apartments in yerevan ?


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            Re: Prices In Armenia?

            No its not cheap, obviously for someone from here who goes there with $100,000 in his pocket, it all would look cheap, or someone who gets aid from outside. Ask this question to someone who lives over there with 4 kids, its fight for survival.

            When i was still there, my neighbor was working at a store, 12+hours a day, heavy work, moving stuff around, all for $2 a that time, that could only buy you 5-6 breads...but yet he was supporting 3 adults and a child..

            In the center of yerevan, its very very not cheap, but good investment, you buy and give it for rent.

            Obviously cell phone are not cheap, but thanks to the phones with removable chips and family/friends in America, everyone has a cell phone, for the most part


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              Re: Prices In Armenia?

              anything that's been imported will be more expensive than here even. For example tv's, washing machines, european contstruction stuff like paints or windows, doors. Clothes from America or Europe, will be more expensive than if you got it in America or Europe.

              but food from the market is really really cheap. so is water and gas.


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                Re: Prices In Armenia?

                Originally posted by Ari
                i think clothes n xxxx are the same

                but yeah how much are apartments in yerevan ?

                Give them a 20 and you will be in that xxx

                when a cop pull's you over just throw out a 20 and watch them dance for you.


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                  Re: Prices In Armenia?

                  Originally posted by friend
                  Give them a 20 and you will be in that xxx

                  when a cop pull's you over just throw out a 20 and watch them dance for you.
                  they will dance with half of that, shame

                  And its not only Armenia, almost everywhere else...