// IP Marketing video - START// IP Marketing video - END

$43 million recovered in unpaid taxes in two months, says Armenia PM

$43 million recovered in unpaid taxes in two months, says Armenia PM

PanARMENIAN.Net - AMD 20.6 billion or $43 million have been recovered in two months as a result of criminal cases launched by various law enforcement agencies to tackle non-performance of tax liabilities, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said at a government meeting on Tuesday, July 10.

According to him, only AMD 800 million or $1.65 million have been returned to the budget so far.

Pashinyan proposed that the head of the State Revenue Committee Davit Ananyan explain why the entire sum has not been restored.

Ananyan said that the aforementioned amount was recovered as a result of changes in the behavior of 73 businesses.

“AMD 800 million have been returned to the budget, AMD 12.7 billion await to be collected to the budget, while the remaining AMD 7 billion are subject to change,” Ananyan said, explaining that recovering money does not mean returning them to the state budget.

 Top stories
Georgia overtook Azerbaijan in terms of GDP per capita in 2018, while Armenia is expected to achieve the same in 2020.
According to a new research, Armenia is the second largest exporter of diamonds in the CIS region.
New Armenian banknotes will be put into circulation on November 22, the Central Bank has revealed.
The $55 million deal is part of Chaarat’s intention of becoming a major regional player, with an annual production of 1 million ounces.
Partner news