The government of Georgia is waiting for the European Union‘s response regarding the antidumping law.
The project prepared by the Ministry of Economy was sent to the relevant department of the European Union. Parliament will get a conclusion by the end of the week- that make it clear whether or not the bill is contrary to the principles of the European Union. CBW was told by Zurab Tkemaladze, the chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Sector Economy, discussions with the business associations will be held after getting a response.
The anti-dumping legislation prohibits the import of goods at a price below the accepted market price in Georgia, as very often such actions are aimed at the bankruptcy of local companies and weakening of competition in the market.