Industrial Output in Karabakh Grows by 8.5% in Seven Months



STEPANAKERT (ARKA)—Industrial output of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR) in the first seven months of 2015 surged by 8.5% to about 30 billion drams in current prices, according to the latest figures released today by the National Statistical Service of the NKR.

The mining and quarry industry was reported to have accounted for 26.8% of the output, the processing sector for 37%, electricity, natural gas and steam accounted for 35.1%, while water and waste management accounted for 1.1%.

Sales of finished products in the period surveyed stood at about 29.5 billion drams in current prices. Sales of meat, including poultry, amounted to 4,141 metric tons. 35,117 tons of milk and 371,600 eggs were produced. It was also reported that some 18.5 billion drams worth construction was implemented, 30% less than 2014.


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  1. Art Napetian said:

    Long live Artzakh, fight back with your productivity, enemy’s petrodollars are evaporating. I love you Artzakh

  2. derder said:

    Artsakh we are with you all the way …. we will “Parcrana & Partcracene Kez” minchev akhpure luysin….

  3. Edward Demian said:

    I’m trying to find a way to disengage from here and move there. I imagine a thousand head heard of beef which at current prices, would gross about four and a half million US Dollars. Beef is becoming more expensive every day. Weather Iran opens up or not I don’t care. It’s really easy to sell across the border from Artsack into Iran. An investment in 50 calfs, would turn into a thousand, theoretically in about six years. But realistically, one sells the bullocks after two years, so you don’t get a doubling after two years, because of the sales, so the heard increases by 50% every year.

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