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Kobalia to milk Georgian manufacturer2010-12-30 12:22
Minister of Economy and Sustained Development of Georgia Veronika Kobalia with her strong belief in the unlimited power of the Georgian business thinks the coming year may be successful. The only effort required is to spend this year waving the flag of Georgian production. She is ready to make up a plan of agricultural development herself and calls the dealers for close cooperation. It is already clear, though, what is to become of it. One can hardly turn common vegetables and fruit into golden ones with a wave of one's manicured hand.
Ms. Kobalia stubbornly goes on assuring the Georgian public of her ability to attract investments from foreign trade partners. Rapidly losing the people's trust, the beautiful lady offers new scenarios of the Georgian economic development with the same optimism. She decided to focus upon agricultural products next year. It does not matter that the tangerine season failed and tea production is gradually scaled back to be replaced by other crops; it's the new idea that matters.
According to the vendors, fruit prices have grown almost by 100 percent, putting consumers into the passive category, and even the roaring pre-holiday trade had no positive effect on business. The sales went down by almost 20-25 percent and everyone is sharing an opinion that this is the worst market collapse over recent years. According to businessmen, common Georgians prefer local products to foreign dainties. The situation in supermarkets is better than that in the markets: though not very popular, tropical fruit are sold anyway.
And here the young Vera takes the market stage as if in a fairy tale. She is ready to go great lengths to regain national love, even by piling the counters with wine and mineral water produced in Georgia. The head of the economy administration evidently decided to give them to her own people since Europe refused to be seduced by Caucasian drinks.
"Perhaps, best shelves will be given to Georgian products in supermarkets. Perhaps, they will cost much but everyone will know that these are high-quality agricultural goods produced in Georgia", - the ministry of economy stated.
She also examined agricultural facilities in the village of Tsnisi of Akhaltsikhski region. There, the lady was struck by another brilliant idea: she offered the prosperous social class of Georgia to gain Robin Good's fame and spend the net profit, which she vaguely characterized as "surplus", on the development of the economy and construction of agricultural plants. Does it mean the people of the Caucasian republic should ensure their welfare on their own, while the government is implementing its theories on paper?