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No Monopoly on Slaughterhouse Market

Published: October 18, 2013 | 1:10 pm
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The National Food Agency has ruled out the existence of monopoly on the slaughterhouse market. According to the NFA data, 76 licensed slaughterhouses are operating across the country at this time. The Deputy Chairman of the NFA Mikheil Sokhadze has stated that the market is fully protected against monopoly, and that safety norms are maintained in the slaughterhouses.
The company Ibermiti was accused of monopolising the market under the previous government. Obtaining a statement from the company has been impossible, and according to reports, it ceased operating several months ago. According to the most recent available statement from Ibermiti, unhealthy competition and the issuing of an inadequate license led to the company closing down all its 11 slaughterhouses. TV3 can also exclusively reveal that an Iranian investor has become interested in purchasing Ibermiti.

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