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"As the citizen of Georgia, I am proud to live in a country where the economy is developing so fast," - said Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Vera Kobalia, commenting on the annual statement in Parliament of the President of Georgia.

 According to her, in his speech President noted that economic growth should affect the welfare of each family.

"We can see that millions of tourists come to Georgia, and this directly affects the creation of new jobs. We can see that the building in Georgia is growing fast, and it directly affects the creation of new jobs. New hydroelectric power stations are built, companies are developing, for two years in Georgia were registered 100,000 new businesses, and it will affect all families, "- said the minister, noting that she is proud of the speed of economic development.

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