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Americans change conditions in Georgia2010-08-11 16:22
Today Americans brought up new questions to Georgian economy - Business-Gruzia. As soon as the republic sorted out with business availability, the USA got a new claim - insufficient protection of intellectual property.gt-en-newsitem-inside
John Bass, the U.S. ambassador to Georgia, explained that while investing, American business wants the same as any other foreign company: stable environment; and legislative frameworks to do legal business within them and to deal with possible lawsuits. Americans still lack the specifics in Georgia, and they feel insecure. Te ambassador expressed hope there would be progress in this direction, and called on Georgian government to work in this direction.
He noted the U.S. is dealing on two fronts - adjusts business in Georgia to the USA and gives Georgian companies an opportunity to work in its market, and asks colleagues try hard not to lose disposition.