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Itzik Moshe, President of Georgian-Israeli Business Chamber

Will Georgia Follow Israeli Tax Breaks Model for Big Investors?

Itzik Moshe, President of Georgian-Israeli Business Chamber, appealed to the Prime Minister of Georgia with a new tax initiative.

Moshe suggests introducing tax breaks for investors who have invested at least $ 10 million dollars into the country’s economy and created over  100 jobs during the investment payback period.

President of Georgian-Israeli Business Chamber says the practice of tax breaks for big investors has justified in Israel and the Israeli government is ready to share its experience with Georgian authorities.

Giorgi Kvirikashvili held his first meeting as Prime Minister with representatives of the business associations this week.