YEREVAN (Noyan Tapan)–A secondary school whose construction cost a total of $1 million has been put into operation under the "Huntsman village" project. Roy Harrison–a member of the board of directors of the "Huntsman village" project–told Noyan Tapan that "Huntsman village," to be situated in the center of Gumri and occupy an area of 4 hectares–will include residential buildings (400 apartmen’s)–a sport complex and recreation areas.
Harrison said 600-700 thousands dollars will soon be invested in the construction of residential houses with two room apartmen’s. The construction of a residential building with three room apartmen’s is already underway. The entire project costing $10 million is to be completed by the end of 2001.
We would remind you that Armenia received an interest-free loan of $10 million for 15 years from the Jon and Karen Huntsman foundation. The Huntsman Corporation has more than 16,000 employees in 34 countries around the world.