Armenia

Weekly Update: Multiregional

CIPE launches new office in Lagos, Nigeria; CIPE hosts six mentees from KnowHow Mentorship program in Washington, DC; CIPE Pakistan Deputy Director Hammad Siddiqui trains journalists on effective social media use

Weekly Update: Southeast Europe & the Caucasus

Armenia – On June 7, a group of Armenian businesspeople representing various business associations and chambers of commerce visited CIPE headquarters in Washington, DC, as part of the U.S. Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program, to learn about CIPE’s approach to working with the private sector and recent CIPE programming in the Caucasus.

Weekly Update: Multiregional

CIPE Update for the week of February 3, 2012.

Armenia Property Markets Scorecard: Conditions for Small Business

Property rights are among the most fundamental principles enshrined in Article 17 of the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights and constitutionally protected in most states. Despite this worldwide legal recognition of the importance of property rights to building peaceful, democratic, and prosperous societies, access to and protection of property rights vary greatly in practice. Read more…

Programs in Southeast Europe & the Caucasus

A brief review of the impact for reform made by CIPE-supported partners in Southeast Europe & the Caucasus. Read more…

Overseas REPORT Winter 2011

OverseasREPORT is CIPE's quarterly newsletter. Read more…

Combating Corruption: A Private Sector Approach

The participation of the private sector in the fight against corruption is key to success. The most effective anti-corruption programs engage the private sector in institutional reforms that promote competitive markets and good governance. The business community can take positive action both in the public arena – by advancing legal and regulatory reforms and transparency in government – and in the private sector – through improved corporate governance, better information, and voluntary standards. Read more…

Anti-Corruption

The participation of the private sector in the fight against corruption is key to success. The most effective anti-corruption programs engage the private sector in institutional reforms that promote competitive markets and good governance. The business community can take positive action both in the public arena – by advancing legal and regulatory reforms and transparency in government – and in the private sector – through improved corporate governance, better information, and voluntary standards. Read more…

Fighting Corruption Through Tax Reform

Ngozika Amalu, After the fall of the Soviet Union, a lack of transparency and accountability in the Armenian fiscal system, together with unclear and duplicative terms of taxation, allowed officials to manipulate the system while placing businesses in constant violation of ambiguous laws. Abuse of tax laws in Armenia seriously impaired the business and investment environment and stalled the democratic process. Read more…

Reform of the Tax System: Armenia’s New Anti-corruption Tool

Gagik Poghossian, Introduction An open and transparent dialogue between the broad-based business community and the state is a key feature of a functional democracy. Grassroots advocacy efforts introduce politicians and government officials to new ideas and provide a roadmap for policy improvements supported by the voice of the people. This is the context that served as a foundation for the Association for Foreign Investment and Cooperation’s (AFIC) efforts to create a platform for public-private policy dialogue on tax reform in Armenia. Read more…

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Armenia

CIPE

Center for International Private Enterprise
1155 15th Street NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20005
Tel: 202-721-9200    Fax: 202-721-9250