Economy and Values Research Center (Armenian: «Տնտեսություն և արժեքներ» հետազոտական կենտրոն, Russian: Исследовательский центр "Экономика и ценности") is EV Consulting's research arm focused on studying and promoting competitiveness agenda, educating…
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Metsamor (Armenian: Մեծամոր); known as Ghamarlu until 1946, is a village in the Armavir Province of Armenia.
Latitude: 40° 04' 22.87" N
Longitude: 44° 17' 22.63" E
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