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Franklin Templeton Investments to Invest Further in Georgia

Published: August 27, 2013 | 9:33 am
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One of the world’s largest companies, Franklin Templeton Investments, which owns a 10% stake in the Bank of Georgia, is planning to conduct further investment in Georgia. The company’s funds manager Mark Mobius visited Georgia last week, and met the Prime Minister. TV3 has sought to find out the specific reasons for the visit. According to the head of the Co-Investment Fund Giorgi Bachiashvili, Franklin Templeton Investments is planning to invest between 10 and 30 million USD into various projects. The company is interested in growing enterprises which have the potential to float their assets on the stock exchange.

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