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    Posted March 24, 2014 by
    Tbilisi, Georgia

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    Global Project Capital Expresses Interest In Georgia

    One other company has expressed desire to perform investments in Georgia – the Britain-based Global Project Capital. They held a meeting in Georgia’s Ministry for Regional Development and Infrastructure on March 21st.

    Deputy Minister of Regional Development, Giorgi Solomonia, along with representatives of government-owned companies and Global Project Capital itself, attended the meet. As the latter elaborated, they’re interested in carrying out various infrastructural projects and investments in Georgia, with the aim to bring in newer technologies.

    The Georgian side provided information on the primary directions, budgets, goals and various relevant data on the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure. Special attention was devoted to projects which are ongoing or planned for 2014, including both road infrastructure development and water supply matters.

    Both parties expressed interest for further cooperation and deemed it mutually beneficial in the long run.

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