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Georgian speaker denies introduction of taxes for printed media2010-06-22 15:52
David Bakradze, the Speaker of Georgian parliament, claims the new Tax Code introduces no additional taxes for representatives of printed media.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He stared it on Monday, at the parliamentary bureau sitting - Georgia Times correspondent.
"In recent times there have been discussions in regard to the regime the new Tax Code introduces for printed mass media. From the side of journalists there has been indignant the Code will deteriorate the situation of owners and editors of newspapers and magazines. I'd like to notice the new Tax Code implies no deterioration of situation, and mass media will remain in the same beneficial regime they have been so far," Bakradze said.
He ordered the Finance and Budget Committee to invite mass media representatives, alongside with businessmen, at the discussion of the new Code draft to let them receive answers on their questions.