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Merabishvili: Money does not have a smell and any investment is welcomed
18:42 26.04.2012
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According to assessments of Interior Ministry, Vano Merabishvili, “money does not have a smell” and any investment is welcomed.

As the Minister said on government hour, it is planned to carry out large-scale investments in the sphere of energetics. The “VTB Bank” and the “Raooesi” carry out the investments actively.

“I welcome any person, no matter what kind of a past he has, if he wants to be involved in the business, which is in accordance with Georgian interests”, - the Minister said. 

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