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Dimitri Kumsishvili met with the Foreign Economic Relations Board of Turkey (DEIK) PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 24 August 2016 17:12

A delegation from one of the leading business organizations in Turkey visited Georgia to pave the way for developing bilateral economic, commercial, industrial and financial relations. Georgia’s Economy Minister Dimitry Kumsishvili welcomed the guests from the Foreign Economic Relations Board of Turkey (DEIK), headed by the chairman of DEIK’s Turkish-Georgia Business Council Cemal Yangın. The questions of bilateral trade-economic relations were discussed at the meeting. Turkey is a biggest trade partner of Georgia. The investments and tourism were underlined as important spheres of cooperation. The parties underlined that cooperation between Turkey and Georgia are playing an important role for the regional economic development.  The Turkish party expressed its gratitude for support of Georgia in events on July 15, at coup attempt. Turkish guests and Georgian officials agreed strengthening cooperation between Georgian and Turkish business sectors was important for developing the regional economy. On another note Yangin thanked the Georgian Government and Prime Minister for reacting to the attempted military coup in Turkey. He stressed it was "very important” for Georgia that the democratically elected government of Turkey was not under threat. The Turkish business sector was very satisfied and happy with the reaction of Georgia’s Government. This was an unprecedented act of support that one country could express towards the other country,” said Yangin. Georgian and Turkish sides both praised the increasing tourism and investment ties. The meeting was also attended by the Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey to Georgia  Zeki Levent Gumrukchu, the Chairman of National Investment Agency of Georgia Giorgi Pertaia and the Chairman of Georgian and Turkish Business Association Kenan Yildirim.

 
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The Consul General of Turkish Republic in Batumi met with the representatives of IIA members PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 29 July 2016 09:54

On 28 July, 2016, the Consul General of Turkish Republic in Batumi Mr. Yasin Temizkan met with the representatives of International Investors Association member companies, the meeting was held at the office of IIA. The sides have discussed plans of future cooperation in Business sphere, Also several issues were discussed at the meeting. Among them were issues on deepening cooperation in economic and trade spheres. The Consul General spoke about the details of Turkey state coup attempt which was happened a few days ago in Turkey Republic. Mr. Yasin Temizkan noted at the meeting that Turkey's economic crisis has been overcome and now National currency lira against the dollar is already sharply strengthened,  So the Republic of Turkey will remain stable for the investors.

 
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Sunday, 24 July 2016 17:19

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Secretary General of IIA met the Director of Hualing Kutaisi Free Industrial Zone PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 13 July 2016 17:32

On 12th of July, 2016. The Secretary General of International Investors Association of Georgia Osman Chalishkan (Mzhavanadze) met with the Director of Hualing Kutaisi Free Industrial Zone Mr. Soso Nibladze. The introductory meeting was held at the office of IIA. The Secretary General of the Association Mr. Osman hosted  and provided all the information of Association and its member companies to the guest .the goal of the visit was information exchange and the sides discussed issues of cooperation between two  sides and prospects of strengthening relations, the meeting was also  focused on the region's economic and investment environment. Particularly textile industry of the region, and planning to open new textile factories in Kutaisi, The Secretary General of IIA also provided all the information about investment environment in the region to Soso Nibladze. Mr. Soso spoke about the importance of Kutaisi  Fiz.  Due to the attractive investment and business environment, strategic geographical position, easy accessibility to the regional and European markets and other various competitive advantages of the country of Georgia, Hualing Group made a decision to establish Hualing Free Industrial Zone in the second highest populated city of Kutaisi, Georgia on the territory, owned by the company. The project met big support of Georgian Government and in 2009, the Memorandum on the establishment of Free Industrial Zone in Kutaisi was signed between Hualing Group and the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia. In accordance with the resolution of Georgian Government, in 2015 ‘Hualing Kutaisi Free Indusrial Zone” has obtained an official status of Free Industrial Zone and has commenced its fully functional operations.   Hualing Kutaisi FIZ covers the territory of 36 hectares and it represents an important connecting hub between Tbilisi (capital of Georgia) and Black Sea Ports of Poti and Batumi. With its convenient transportation infrastructure, such as rail, road, ports and air transport, Hualing Kutaisi FIZ can serve as an industrial, logistics and trading hub within the Black & Caspian Sea region. All infrastructure works, like roads construction, power and water supplies, sewerage, drainage systems rehabilitation have been completed in Hualing Kutaisi FIZ. Ready-made closed facilities and lands are available for incoming companies for warehousing and industrial usage. Currently, there are five enterprises operating in Hualing free industrial zone: wood processing, furniture production, stone processing, metal constructions and mattresses production. Kutaisi FIZ is ready to welcome all potential investors’ projects.

 
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