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Business in the ‘Waiting Mode’

Published: September 12, 2013 | 1:06 pm
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Is the Georgian business still in a ‘waiting mode’? The Prime Minister had earlier talked about the private sector being in the waiting mode after last year’s parliamentary elections, and stated that the upcoming presidential vote is once again slowing down the business. These views have been echoed by another leading figure from the Georgian Dream Coalition Zviad Dzidziguri, who stated that business will achieve final stability after the presidential elections.
The President of the Association of Small and Medium Scale Businesses Kakha Kokhreidze has told TV3 that the post-election ‘waiting mode’ affected the consumers more than it did the businesses. According to him, the waiting mode no longer exists among the business groups, and this factor is only based upon political conjuncture.
Coca Cola Bottlers Georgia founder Temur Chkonia has opined that political processes will not disrupt the businesses. According to him, being in a ‘waiting mode’ would point towards weaknesses within the businesses in question.

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