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Mishiko - catcher of fleeing capital2011-11-09 21:02
Mikhail Saakashvili promises Georgia "a year of great projects". The country will again build "100 hospitals", "raise pensions to $ 100", "open 100 processing plants" and launch new hydroelectric power station - on foreign investment, of course. But since the capital goes to their unpredictable ruler reluctant, the president called on Georgians to stand at the borders and catch the money, fleeing from Russia and Europe.
Usually, people earn money. Sometimes they steal. In Georgia, the next year, they will catch the money with a seine. On the eve, Saakashvili urged not to miss investment, fleeing from neighboring countries. After all, it's bad almost everywhere, but in Sakartvelo - there's economic paradise.
"We all must stand at the borders of Georgia with a large net in the hands and catch the capital, running from different countries, said the great rhetorician. In Russia, as well as in several other countries in the region, there's very strong corruption, big mess, sense of hopelessness ... The Eurozone is almost disintegrated ... And this is exactly the situation in which Georgia has to attract investment. I'm not saying that we should develop at the expense of others. This is a time when the capital is running from other countries, and we have a chance to increase our investment due to this".
It is clear that before meeting with the parliamentary majority, when Mikhail Saakashvili said all of this, he get out of bed on the side, on which he usually gets up when he sees Avlabari in the center of European civilization, or in Singapore. This time, Georgia was in place, but now prosperity ruled here: there is no mass unemployment, no ruined villages, no miners dying in Tkibuli, no Laborists, declared disobedience campaign, no homeless refugees.
"We have a growth of about 7%, inflation - 3%", Saakashvili told ruling party deputies. They have also forgotten that in the spring, the prices increased by 14 percent, having outran inflation for all previous years of Saakashvili.