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Puma to carry production to Georgia2010-07-19 16:43
Puma, a well-known brand, plans to carry own factories from Turkey to Georgia - Commersant.ge.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Ajara Textile company management, executing Puma subsidiary in Ajaria, says Turkish partners plan to transfer the factory into the territory of Georgia in 3-4 months. The main motive is announced to be cheap labour force in Georgia.
At the present-day stage production, manufactured in Ajaria, is spread around the world. Turkish investor invested USD 3 mln in the factory. In Puma AJARA 620 people work, with average salary of GEL 200-250 [USD 108-135].