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Georgians are more afraid of unemployment than of political instability2009-01-12 17:03
This is the result of the survey conducted by a Georgian weekly, Kviris Palitra. 941 people (420 women and 521 men) were surveyed, Regnum informs.
43 per cent of the respondents stated that it is unemployment that frightens them most and can hit Georgian society at most.
Other aspects are: increased prices on food, national currency depreciation, political instability in the country, increased electricity and gas prices, salary cuts, unavailability of medical care, and unavailability of loans.
It's worthy noticing that Mikhail Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, states that no crisis has already came to Georgia.