EXPERTS: ARMENIA SHOULD INTRODUCE AN INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS OMBUDSMAN
February 26, 14:00

Armenia needs a business ombudsman to improve the effective protection of the interests of business in the country. Besides, the NGOs defending the interests of business should activate the work with government bodies. It is also important in terms of economic development and creation of favorable business environment, to build an effective private sector – government dialogue, said the experts who met with representatives of the business community and the government of Armenia within the framework of the EU program “East invest 2”.

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