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Daewoo International explores Georgia’s business climate2009-11-13 17:41
Daewoo International, Korea's largest company is analyzing Georgia's business climate. According to the Minister of Economic Development of Georgia, Kee In Lee, District Vice President representing the company's office in Istanbul is now on a two-day visit to Tbilisi.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Yesterday Georgia's Minister of Economic Development Zurab Pololikashvili received the guest. The meeting was also attended by his deputy, Zurab Alavidze and head of the National Investment Agency Irakli Matkadze.
This is a reconnaissance visit but it is already known that in the coming three weeks Georgia will host a more presentable delegation of Daewoo International company and Korean experts. They will come on a longer visit in order to gauge opportunities of implementation of specific projects, Pololikashvili stated.
According to him the Vice President's visit is very important for Georgia since Daewoo International is a large investment group that has allocated USD 14 bn investments in various countries over the past three years.