Saakashvili: Georgia coped with economic crisis
Mikheil Saakashvili, the president of Georgia, stated his country overcame the economic crisis - Business-Gruzia.
"We have a lot of investors here (in Georgia), they (Middle Eastern investors) feel very comfortable working in Georgia," Mikheil Saakashvili, President of Georgia, told CNBC. He added that according to IBR data, Georgia is one of the least corrupted countries of Europe and noted the country overcame the economic crisis, though it wasn't easy.
Now the Georgian leader is staying in Morocco, at the big economic forum. In the air of Bloomberg Saakashvili noted the increase in foreign investments.
According to the president, investors are interested in various spheres, including tourism, agroculture, infrastructure, energy spheres. Special efforts are made to lure companies from Central Asia and Middle East.
Saakashvili noted these days he met with businessmen from UAE and Kuwait, and in his view, everything was going fine.
In his view, Georgia gives Asian companies a deja vu feeling, as the country reminds Dubai several decades ago.