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The President of the World Chambers Federation’s Visit to Georgia

Published: October 3, 2013 | 2:10 pm
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Peter Mihok, the President of the World Chambers Federation, the head of the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris, and the President of the Slovak Chamber of Commerce and Industry, is conducting a visit to Georgia. As part of the visit, he has held meetings with members of the government, as well as the President of the Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Following the meeting at the CCI, Mr. Mihok stated that the main purpose of his visit is to aid small and medium scale businesses. According to him, the development of small and medium scale enterprises on a market as small as Georgia is highly significant.
“I think that for a country of this size, the development of small and medium scale enterprises will play a crucial role,” Mr. Mihok stated. The President of the WCF has also talked about helping achieve the country’s priorities, for which it would be important for Georgian companies to become involved in the global network of chambers.
The head of the Georgian CCI Kakha Baindurashvili has assessed Mr. Mihok’s visit positively, stating that it will help inform business organisations about Georgia’s investment potential.
According to Mr. Baindurashvili, Georgian businessmen will be conducting a visit to the WCF in the near future, which will represent a forward step with regards to carrying out specific business projects.

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