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According to Merabishvili agricultural plants processing enterprises will be built in Georgia
11:39 02.08.2012
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Georgian Prime-Minister Vano Merabishvili surveyed demonstration plot in Samtredia, where about 100 locals are employed.

Merabishvili was interested if the dripping means of land irrigation introduced by the Ministry of Agriculture last year, justified expectations.  

According to the statement of the Prime-Minister, construction of agricultural plants processing enterpises is planned.

“We should build 500 agricultural enterprises. The result is seen after a year and four times more harvest has been received here”, - Merabishvili said.   

Premier talked about necessity of selling the received harvest and advised farmers to sell their product in big cities. 

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