Economic Minister reports preliminary results of foreign investments in 2011
Minister of Sustainable Development and Economics of Georgia Vera Kobalia reported the preliminary results of the foreign investments in 2011 to media today. According to the minister, 377 million dollar was re-investment of out direct foreign investments made in Georgia last year, which was 981 million in total. Most of the investments were made in industry sector; transport and communications was also in the focus of the investors. The largest investors in 2011 were Holland, Denmark and Azerbaijan. The final results of the foreign investments made in Georgia in 2011 will be published on August 15, 2012.
Prime Minister`s special representative for negotiations with Russia, Zurab Abashidze has left for the Prague to hold his second meeting with the representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Gregory Karasin. The meeting is scheduled for March 1.
Russian consumer watchdog Rospotrebnadzor head Gennady Onishchenko says he may recall his experts, who are visiting Georgia currently, earlier than it was due. Onishchenko was irked by the statements made by Georgian president regarding the visit of the Rospotrebnadzor inspectors to Georgia...
Two Georgian banks have denied the statement of the president, who said two largest Russian financial corporations have purchased TBC and Liberty Banks of Georgia. `TBC Bank is not holding negotiations and does not have such a plan for the future to sell shares to Russian Alga Bank or any other foreign bank,` the official statement said.
Russian experts of the Rospotrebnadzor are visiting Georgia to inspect Georgian wine and mineral water factory before lifting embargo on these products. They are going to inspect several tens of Georgian companies and issue conclusions...
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Representatives of Russian companies are visiting Georgia to inspect how the Georgian wine and mineral water companies work prior to lifting embargo on these products imposed by Russia several years ago.
Russian experts may arrive in Georgia on February 25th, to inspect Georgian wine and mineral water companies prior to their accession to the Russian market - Russian chief sanitarian doctor Genady Onishchenko has said.