ArmInfo. "We intend to implement large-scale projects in the field of electronic management and IT, and are interested in expanding cooperation with Estonia," Karen Karapetyan, head of the government of Armenia, said during a meeting with Prime Minister of this country Yuri Ratas in Davos.
As the press service of the Armenian government informs, during the meeting the Prime Minister of Estonia presented the country's rich experience in the field of information technologies and electronic governance, noting that Estonia has passed a long and very successful way in this direction. "We will be happy to share with you our experience", he stressed.
According to the source, K. Karapetyan presented the development trends of the Armenian economy and current macroeconomic indicators, stressing that the Armenian government intends to continue the ongoing reforms in a number of spheres, and the created business and investment spheres may be of interest to Estonian entrepreneurs. Let us note that Estonia is a North European industrial and logistic center with a developed sector of global business services, as well as a world leader in information technology. Since IT technologies in Estonia have become a serious driver of growth in all industries, the country has created unique conditions for the synthesis of new knowledge and digital business. In the IT sector of the Estonian economy, about 20 thousand highly skilled employees are employed, which is 9.3% of the total able-bodied population. High technologies bring 6.8% of total GDP, and the share of IT products in exports is 14.2%. Estonian companies work with clients from more than 120 countries around the world, and in Estonia the largest number of start-ups per person in Europe.