Government happy with economic indicators
By Messenger Staff
Monday, November 21Georgia’s PM Nika Gilauri stated that during the last ten months of 2011 economic growth in Georgia reached 6.5%. The PM said he was satisfied with this figures and mentioned that the figure is 1% higher than had been planned at the beginning of this year. Gilauri added with pride that the growth of the economy in Georgia takes place when more than 20 countries have decreased their indicators of economic growth and many countries’ financial markets are almost collapsing. It is also interesting that due to the crisis in the world market the Georgian market decided to stop floating its shares on international stock exchanges for some time.