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Prime Minister meets Senior Figures of TATA Group

Published: July 16, 2013 | 12:28 pm
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The Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili has today met senior figures representing the TATA Group. The meeting was also attended by the Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Kakha Kaladze, and the Environment Minister Khatuna Gogaladze. Apart from the ongoing Acharistskali Hydroelectric Power Station construction project, other possible investments were discussed. The visits and meetings with investors are being organized by the Georgian National Investment Agency. The working group of investors, which includes representatives from the International Finance Corporation and the Norwegian company Clean Energy, is headed by the company TATA Power’s Executive Director.
The TATA Group represents a large India-based multinational and multi-profile company, which has its headquarters in Mumbai. The Group was founded in 1868, and now unites over 100 companies operating in over 80 countries. The company is active in various fields: car building, energy, chemical engineering, metallurgy, communications and information technology, hotel business, drinks manufacture, trade, consultation services, and others.

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