Armenia Securities Exchange is one of the major securities market infrastructure institutions in Armenia. The site provides general information about the institution structure, market data, legislation, and events.

ArmenPress is owned by a private news agency and provides news on current events in Armenia. This resource provides information on Armenia's economy, including articles on current business issues, investments, construction, and budgets.

As the official site of the Central Bank of Armenia, this site includes descriptions about the Armenian Banking system, current financial news, worldwide stock indexes, and foreign currency exchange rates.

As the Ministry of Economic Development and Investment of the Republic of Armenia, this site offers information on the country's economic, industrial, and investment policies. It also gives information about the business environment, legal acts, and relevant news and events. 

The Public Services Regulatory Commission (PSRC) regulates industries in Armenia including electricity, natural gas, water, and electronic communications. For the communications industry, the PSRC grants licenses to operators, monitors the radio frequency spectrum, allocates resources to broadcasters, sets regulations and standards, and monitors producers' compliance with legislation. Most of the website is only available in Armenian.

As a state body, the Statistical Service of the Republic of Armenia publishes statistics for government and public use. The site includes databases and a search feature to navigate the information, as well as a calendar with release dates.

This is the official site of the government of the Republic of Armenia. It contains information about the government structure, programs provided by the government, and current news.

The Interstate Statistical Committee of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS STAT) is an official source of statistical information on social and economic situations in the CIS countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan). Site content includes press releases, forecasts, publications, and statistical data on numerous economic indicators related to each CIS country.