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The Minister of Finance of Georgia to Meet AmCham Members

Published: July 1, 2011 | 1:45 pm
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Dimitri Gvindadze, the Minister of Finance of Georgia met with the members of the American Chamber of Commerce in Georgia (AmCham) on July 1. Mutual partnership issues were discussed during the meeting.

“It’s important to further continue positive cooperation with business sector. We’ll be holding meetings both with local and foreign business representatives so that to be aware of their priorities and plans in regards to future investments. On the other hand, businessmen will get all the information about the ongoing reforms in respect to tax and customs administration, electronic services and general infrastructure development,” declared Finance Minister.

According to Gvindadze, meetings with business sector will further be continued.

“I’m delighted to meet the new Minister of Finance of Georgia. AmCham is committed to work with MOF and discuss the issues that are vital for business sector,” said David Lee, the President of AmCham.

 

 

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