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Georgian delegation will attend international conference in Germany
10:04 09.05.2012
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Members of Adjara government delegation, headed by Levan Varshalomidze, will attend the conference organized by the company “Bauer” scheduled on May 9-10, in Munich.

The conference is about innovations implemented in the field of constructions. The event is held annually and it is attended by those countries in which the company has its major representatives.

In the frameworks of the conference an exhibition will be held, were presentation of the newest building products of the company “Bauer” will be conducted.  

In addition, the meeting of the Chairman of Adjara government and the founder of the Company “Bauer”, Thomas Bauer, is planned.

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