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Georgian prime minister’s charm versus stark realities2010-11-03 21:49
Georgian Prime Minister Nika Gilauri continues his Asian tour that is going to end up in ancient India. Hoping to provoke the interest of the local business circles to the prospect of economic relationship with Saakashvili's regime, the number-two of Tbilisian hierarchy used the whole supply of his irresistible attraction against Indian businessmen. GeorgiaTimes correspondent tried to make out whether it helped the economy of Sakartvelo.
The Investments to Georgia conference has been organized in India to convince local merchants of the smashing opportunities that will open up to anyone who decides to start a business in Sakartvelo. The conference is going to be attended by a high governmental guest who is going to share the exciting secrets of the Georgian investment climate with the invited businessmen.
It looks like during his long-term race through the vast Asian continent, Nika Gilauri has somehow run out of his legendary charm. Otherwise, how can one explain the fact that Georgian prime minister is going to be helped by Minister of Energy Alexander Hetaguri who is to acquaint the Indian partners with the Georgian government's investment projects? What have such brilliant politicians from Sakartvelo got on their mind? Tbilisi is expecting the two statesmen's joint efforts to bring relationship with Deli to a new level.
"Our foreign policy is not limited to relationship with the USA and Europe. Georgian government is interested in expanding the business area, especially in such countries as China and India", - Press Speaker of the president of Sakartvelo Manana Mandzhgaladze stated today at the briefing.
For a long time, Tbilisi showed no zeal in setting up economic ties with the Asian countries. Why such turn?
"The Georgian governors' activity in the East is explainable. After a long chain of failures in the western direction and numerous unsuccessful attempts to attract civilized western capital, they are trying to somehow change the vector of their activity. Now they've started a march on Asia", - economic expert Giorgy Khukhashvili is contemplating upon this political perturbation.
By what kind of wonders of the Georgian investment environment are Gilauri and Hetaguri going to attract the Indian businessmen? What new Golconda can they promise? Anyway, the Georgian economic expert is unaware of it.