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Gilauri: economic growth was nine percent in January2011-03-02 14:40
Georgian PM Nika Gilauir stated that the figures showing economic growth over nine percent were recorded in January.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to PirWeli, this was stated by Gilauri at the government session. As was underlined by the head of the Cabinet, these figures have been exceeding the average growth of the country's economy over the last several years.
It is stated that according to the government's plan, the growth of economy is to make 6,5 percent.
It should be noted that earlier, Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili had warned that the country's government should be ready for high prices and inflation.
This was stated by Georgian leader at a meeting with the parliament deputies while they discussed the consequences of the world economic crisis.
"The international situation is very difficult. Oil prices have jumped and may be growing still. We've got no happy choice. Either high prices and ruined economy, or high prices and further inflation", - the president of Georgia stated.
Saakashvili calls to give more freedom to businessmen.
Georgian president wants the parliamentarians to get to know common people's needs better so that the state could distribute the available resources more efficiently.