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People don’t want a computer for 1 lari a day2010-11-01 16:18
Most of the respondents surveyed by Kviris Palitra weekly, do not plan to buy computers with a governmental program's special credit - 1 lari a day - Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
402 were surveyed.
32.4 per cent said they had PCs.
29.5 per cent said they didn't like the governmental project and its conditions.
26.6 per cent found difficulty answering.
Only 11.5 per cent of the surveyed stated they intended to buy computers with the help of the governmental program and its lax credit.
The government initiated the new program to allow the part of the population which doesn't have high income, to buy computers.
Opposition criticized the program and explained most part of the country's residents is in black lists of debtors and wouldn't be able to buy PCs in this way.