Georgia's PM introduces investment opportunities of the country to international and German companies
17 February, 2018
Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikshvili introduced Georgia's investment opportunities and the country's recent favorable business environment to the representatives of large international and German companies.

As the press office of the Government's Administration reported, Giorgi Kvirikashvili met with representatives of the large international and German companies on the sidelines of the 54th conference of the Munich Security Conference.

The head of the Government talked about the potential of the Georgia as a regional economic hub and ongoing large investment projects
at the meeting with th e international business circles.

Giorgi Kvirikashvili noted that Georgia is the first country in the region, which has been signed the free trade agreements not only with EU, Free Trade Association, and neighboring states but also with China and has been working with India to sign such agreement.

Prime Minister has invited heads of major German and international companies in Georgia to get acquainted with the possibilities offered by the country to the investors.
The official dinner was attended by more than 30 leading companies.

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