In 2022, we recorded 12.6 percent economic growth, which is an unprecedentedly high indicator for the last 15 years.
Accordingly, the tax revenues of the 2022 state budget amounted to 1 trillion, 926 billion drams, which is 82 billion drams or 4 percent more than originally planned.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan stated this in his remarks during the debates on the performance of the 2022 state budget at the joint session of the National Assembly committees Monday.
"In April 2023, tax revenue of 296.8 billion drams was collected, which is a record indicator in the history of Armenia. So much tax revenue has never been collected in Armenia in one month. For example, in April 2022 we had collected tax revenue of 231.3 billion drams, whereas in April 2018 - 126 billion drams; that is, compared to April 2018, tax revenues have more than doubled," the PM emphasized.