Investors and local employment
By Messenger Staff
Wednesday, February 27From time to time, Georgian politicians raise the question of employing Georgian people during the implementation of different investment projects. The Ministry of Regional development and Infrastructure has elaborated a new strategy obliging foreign investors to employ at least 70% of their labor force from Georgia. Deputy Minister Shota Murghulia said this is a world approved approach which has been practiced by the Georgian government while constructing the Kobuleti bypass motorway quite successfully. According to Murghulia, 30% of the labor force could be hired by the investor from different countries, but they should follow the demand of the Georgian government in regard of those 70%.