Uncertain future prospects are looming over Armenia’s two biggest chemical enterprises because the British-registered firm, which controls them, is currently standing idle despite former pledges of bringing them back to life.
Citing relevant reports posted by the Armenian Liberty, Ransat Group, which runs the Nairit giant in Yerevan and the Prometey-Khimprom chemical complex in Vanadzor, has so far been unable to end the post-Soviet era troubles of the two flagships of the once thriving Armeni...


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