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Georgian-Korean Business Forum in Tbilisi Featured

Georgian-Korean Business Forum in Tbilisi

The Georgian-Korean business forum opened today in Tbilisi hotel "Courtyard Marriott." The Minister of Economic and Sustainable Development of Georgia Vera Kobalia addressed to participants of the forum.

She presented to the representatives of forum with the investment opportunities of Georgia and the business environment of the country. «The Korean capital is actively involved in the energy sector of Georgia, but we would like Korea more actively take part in projects of Georgia," she said.

 

The Minister of Finance of Georgia Dmitry Gvindadze is also involved in forum.

 

The forum, along with businessmen of both countries was also attended by heads of chambers of commerce of both countries.

The forum was attended by more than 100 companies, both from Georgia, and with the Korean side.

 

During the forum, will be held bilateral meetings of businessmen from Georgia and South Korea in order to establish personal contacts and participation in specific projects.

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