ArmInfo. Armenian Minister of Economic Development and Investments Suren Karayan met with Tavush Textile LLC owner Suren Yeritsyan.
The Ministry's press office has told ArmInfo that the interlocutors discussed the tasks and prospects of production development.
Suren Karayan expressed willingness to support new programs on expansion of production. The owner of the company noted that VAT exemption has facilitated the company's work.
The minister stressed that he is ready to exert all possible efforts to support the enterprises of Tavush. The sides also outlined the prospects of further cooperation.
Tavush Textile LLC was founded in Feb 2015 in Choratan village of Tavush province of Armenia by Suren Yeritsyan, a businessman living in Russia. The construction of the enterprise was launched in March and completed in July. The enterprise employed 50 people with an average monthly salary of 100 thsd AMD. The company manufactures various types of gloves. The gloves are exported to Russia and Belarus. Today Tavush Textile employs 200 people and it is expected to create 100 more jobs in Artsvaberd.
To recall, on November 12, during a working visit to Tavush Province of Armenia, Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan instructed the heads of the local administrations to present community development programs to the Government by late 2016. He said the priority will be given to the most promising programs, in which the communities also assume certain obligations and do not only expect the Government's support. "We are going to have partner relations," he said.