Armenian Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan recently met with domestic exporters to review measures for boosting the country's external trade.
He said that the increase in exports to Russia could improve the economy and that the government will support such projects.
The entrepreneurs for their part raised a number of issues, including export infrastructure and procedures, lending conditions, technology and equipment and logistics.
The premier suggested the creation of a joint task force to address export capabilities and resources so that government officials can devise means of alleviating barriers and increasing exports.
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