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IMF Representative on the Prime Minister’s Expected Departure

Published: October 24, 2013 | 11:41 am
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Will the Prime Minister’s departure from politics have an impact on Georgia’s attraction for the investors? In an exclusive TV3 interview, the International Monetary Fund’s permanent representative in Georgia Azim Sadikov has stated that he sees nothing alarming in Bidzina Ivanishvili’s expected departure. According to him, it does not really matter who the next Prime Minister will be, as long as he maintains political and economic stability, thereby aiding the flow of investments.
The IMF representative states that there have been both mistakes and positive steps from the new government. Overall, the new economic team has faced the challenges with success, according to Mr. Sadikov.
The IMF has earlier predicted that the country’s economic growth rate for this year will be 2.5%.

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