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Small manufacturers in Georgia left without income2011-02-09 16:38
The transference of goods meant for sale in minibuses through the customs is prohibited, Business Georgia reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As was reported by TV-25 television company, the innovation is explained by the fact of the Georgian carriers being replaced by Trans international company.
The introduction of a ban on bringing small consignments of goods across the boundary caused the reduction of the shuttle trader's motor transport at the customs in Sarpi.
According to the exports, the ban introduced by government will trigger the jump of prices for Turkish goods.
New regulation is going to reduce both the carriers and petty traders' income.