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Dimitri Kumsishvili and Koba Gvenetadze met with Managing Director of the IMF

Dimitri Kumsishvili and Koba Gvenetadze met with Managing Director of the IMF

The First Deputy Prime Minister of Georgia and Koba Gvenetadze, President of the National Bank of Georgia have discussed current cooperation program and its progress with Tao Zhang, Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund. The meeting was also attended by Mercedes-Vera Martin, head of International Monetary Fund’s mission. According to the Ministry of Finance, …

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Investments in Tsinandali Estate Exceeds 50mln USD

Investments in Tsinandali Estate Exceeds 50mln USD

Foundation of the 2019 classic music festival in Tsinandali Estate was marked by a concert of Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and Khatia Buniatishvili. A day earlier before the concert, the festival organizers held a news conference at Radisson Hotel. Minister of Finance Dimitri Kumsishvili attended the news conference, as well as …

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Dimitri Kumsishvili Met Representatives of Large British Investment Fund

First Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance Dimitri Kumsishvili had meeting with representatives of the British Investment Fund CapEthica Investment Fund (CIF). First Deputy Prime Minister Dimitri Kumsishvili reviewed the economic situation of Georgia at the meeting and discussed about the ongoing and planned economic reforms and decisions of the …

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The Finance Minister Evaluates Moody’s New Rating

”Georgia’s improved credit rating Ba2 is a positive signal for foreign partners and it will facilitate attracting foreign investments and international capital in the country,”-Said First Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance Dimitri Kumsishvili at the briefing held at the Ministry of Finance. On September 11, 2017, international rating company …

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Ministry of Finance Considered Cooperation Issues With OECD

Ministry of Finance Considered Cooperation Issues With OECD

Dimitri Kumsishvili, the First Vice-Premier and Ministry of Finance met with Bill Thompson, head of Eurasian Region of Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), who pays a business trip to Georgia. The sides discussed a broad spectrum of Georgia and OECD partnership at the meeting. Special attention was paid to projects …

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BIA Hosts International Business Forum for the Second Time

Equipment suppliers exhibition and lease finance forum will be held organized by ”BIA”, supported by ”Leasing Association Georgia” on October 17. The aim of the forum is to develop all branches in Georgia and create a solid platform for business to enhance connections around the world and to share the latest …

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EBRD President Sir Suma Chakrabarti visits Georgia

The President of European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Sir Suma Chakrabart visited Georgia on a two-day visit. First Deputy Vice-Premier and Minister of Finance Dimitri Kumsishvili greeted honorable guest at Tbilisi International Airport. Meetings are planned with the members of the Government of Georgia within the framework of …

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Director of ProCredit Bank: We Funded 872 SME Projects in Partnership With EIB

Director of ProCredit Bank: We Funded 872 SME Projects in Partnership With EIB

ProCredit Bank hosted the delegation of the European Investment Bank at the central branch in Batumi. Financial institutions have discussed successful projects implemented within the framework of the multi-year partnership. The meeting was attended by Janos Herman, the EU Ambassador to Georgia and other representatives of the diplomatic corps. Dimitri …

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Georgia’s Debt to Kazakhstan has Decreased

Georgia's Debt to Kazakhstan has Decreased

Georgia’s debt to Kazakhstan has decreased. Dimitri Kumsishvili, Minister of Finance signed an agreement on restructuring Georgia’s debt to the Republic of Kazakhstan. According to it, the amount of Georgia’s debt is decreased from 27.77 million to 25.48 million USD. “Kazakhstan’s debt will be paid with the reached agreement with …

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