The first smartphone made in Armenia, called the ArmPhone, went on sale this week. Various Armphone models were unveiled during a kick-off celebration on Monday held as part of a marketing campaign called “It’s Time for Armenian [products].”
Despite the optimism of Armenia’s authorities, the economy of the country, directly and indirectly, will bear negative consequences of the four-day war in Nagorno-Karabakh earlier this month, say economists, who also predict that a possible increase in military spending could become a bigger burden on the country’s economy.
Not only Armenians living in their homeland, but also those in the entire world should refuse to buy Turkish goods because by buying them they support terrorism and production of weapons that are used against Armenians, argue activists of the “Protest Against Turkish Product” initiative.
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