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Court of Great Britain will consider a complaint filed by a businessman against Georgian authorities2009-11-27 13:31
In the near future, Court of Great Britain is going to consider a complaint filed by a British company asserting that the Georgian authorities have captured and sold its steelworks located in the territory of the country.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to newspaper The Wall Street Journal, Head of the Thames Steel Company Thomas Blake holding assets in Georgia has stated that his steelworks was arrested upon the decision of the Georgian court, Gazeta.ru reports.
The steelworks was bought by Blake two years ago from Georgian entrepreneur Badri Patarkatsishvili who died suddenly on February 12, 2008 on his villa near London.