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Minister of Finance of Georgia to Meet Economic Advisors of Diplomatic Missions Accredited in Georgia

Published: December 7, 2011 | 11:45 am
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December 7- Dimitri Gvindadze, Minister of Finance of Georgia met with advisors of diplomatic missions accredited in Georgia. The Council, the members of which are economic advisors of diplomatic missions accredited in Georgia, was created in 2009.

During the meeting the Minister provided the Council members with the detailed information about the Georgian government’s 10-Point Action Plan for Modernization and Employment. 2011-2012 budget issues were also discussed. In addition, Georgian Finance Minister delivered a presentation about the country’s leading positions in the financial assessments by different international organizations.

“The main goal of the meeting was to inform the economic advisors of diplomatic missions accredited in Georgia about the importance of Georgian government’s 10-Point Action Plan for Modernization and Employment. We also discussed the reforms implemented in the Ministry of Finance of Georgia and 2011 and talked about the 2012 plans. It’s important that the Council has correct information about Georgia’s economic activities as the country’s economic and investment relations with the rest of the world significantly depends on them,” declared the Minister.

One of the main aspects discussed in respect to 2012 reforms, including further development of tax and administrative policy, was creating best attractive environment for private sector.

 

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