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2020-03-26 15:24:56 Over AMD 512.6 million received on special account in Armenia as donations for struggle against COVID 19
Over AMD 512.6 million received on special account in Armenia as donations for struggle against COVID 19As of 18:00 on Wednesday, March 25, 2,582 transfer transaction totaling over 512.6 million drams (about $ 1.033 million) have been carried out to a special account to support the struggle against coronavirus in Armenia, the press service of the Armenian government reports referring to the finance ministry
2016-04-19 18:11:22 Poverty reduction and income growth in Armenia likely to stagnate during 2017-18, World Bank update
Poverty reduction and income growth in Armenia likely to stagnate during 2017-18, World Bank updatePoverty reduction and income growth across all levels of the welfare distribution in Armenia are likely to stagnate during 2017-18
2015-09-11 17:02:51 VTB Bank (Armenia) offers automatic charging off utility bills
VTB Bank (Armenia) offers automatic charging off utility billsVTB Bank (Armenia) said today its customers can now sign contracts for automatic payment of their utility bills (the money will be charged off from their bank accounts)
2015-07-31 14:09:18 Greece denied IMF bailout package: what next?
Greece denied IMF bailout package: what next?The board of the International Monetary Fund decided Wednesday that Greece was disqualified for any IMF bailout given its high debt levels and poor reform record, vestifinance.ru reports referring to The Financial Times
2013-01-11 11:03:07 Moody’s downgrades Cyprus by three notches
Moody’s downgrades Cyprus by three notches Moody’s downgraded Cyprus's government bond rating Thursday by three notches from B3 to Caa3, citing the anticipated increase in the government's debt burden, The Economic Times reported referring to the agency’s statement
2012-12-21 15:42:48 S&P cuts Cyprus rating, adr.com reports
S&P cuts Cyprus rating, adr.com reportsStandard & Poor's Ratings Services has cut Cyprus's rating two notches into highly speculative territory, citing escalating financial pressure and uncertainty as bailout negotiations remain unresolved ahead of a presidential election