Seminar-discussion on "The main problems of improving the competitive environment in Armenia": a unique platform for discussions is created in ASUE

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Seminar-discussion on "The main problems of improving the competitive environment in Armenia" took place today in ASUE Conference Hall. ASUE Rector, professor Koryun Atoyan, Vice-Rector for Scientific Affairs and External Relations Gagik Vardanyan, the director of "Amberd” Research Center Samvel Avetisyan,  the head of the Microeconomics and Organization of Entrepreneurial Activities chair professor Mikael Melkumyan, deans, professors and graduate students were present at the seminar. The seminar was organized on the initiative of ASUE Chair of Microeconomics and Organization of Entrepreneurial Activities.


Rector Koryun Atoyan welcomed the presents noting that a unique platform for discussions is created in ASUE to discuss issues relating to socio-economic problems. This seminar was the first initial meeting. He hoped that the discussions would lead to different economic conclusions.

 Gagik Vardanyan also welcomed the guests and highlighted the importance of the creation of the platform for discussion. After Michael Melkumyan’s welcoming speech, assistant of the chair of Microeconomics and Organization of Entrepreneurial Activities, candidate of economics Arthur Arakelyan took the word. The speaker reported on "The problems of the competitive environment improvement in RA". He spoke about the essence of competition, monopoly, economic competition laws. After the report, the speaker presented a number of proposals.

Arman Manaseryan the head of the department of methodology and planning in State Commission for Protection of Economic Competition also came up with a speech. He commented some aspects of the Commission's activities.  

Concluding the discussion, professor Atoyan said, "The main purpose of these discussions is to be useful for the Government. We, as professionals, must have a road map of economic development".

ASUE Media and Public Relations Division.