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Minister of Finance of Georgia Met with the Members of BAG

Published: February 11, 2013 | 2:51 pm
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New team of the Ministry of Finance of Georgia (MOF) continues intensive cooperation with business sector, saying that partnership with businesses is one of the main priorities for the government.

On February 11, Nodar Khaduri, Minister of Finance of Georgia, met with the representatives of the Business Association of Georgia (BAG) at Sheraton Metechi Palace Hotel. Around 100 businessmen representing both SME sector and large companies were given an opportunity to share their views with the Minister. Khaduri informed the businessmen about the country’s economic policy, the main priority of which is to make business sector free from government interference.

“Our main task is to build a stronger economy together with business sector. We welcome the readiness expressed by businessmen to get engaged in active dialogue with the Ministry of Finance, they’re committed to boost investments and create new jobs when irreversible economic growth is started,” declared the Minister.

All the issues that are crucial for business sector were discussed during the meeting: reforms planned in tax and customs codes, novelties regarding further improvement of legislation, latest developments at Disputes Council, leasing, economic growth and macroeconomic stability activities initiated by the Ministry for 2013, etc.

“The biggest expectation is to maintain the dialogue with the Ministry of Finance and inform the government about the problems business sector faces. Today, we see the Ministry of Finance is open to communication. There are some issues that can be solved shortly, but there are also other topics that will take time to find a common language and find a solution,” stated Giorgi Chirakadze, President of BAG.

Minister of Finance had similar type of meeting earlier in Adjara, where he met with around 200 businessmen.

Ministry of Finance declares to be ready to further continue dialogue with business sector.

 

 

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