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Gigi Ugulava has officially opened the Industrial Parade
12:12 26.05.2012
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The Mayor of Tbilisi Gigi Ugulava appeared on the Industry Parade on Rustaveli Avenue few minutes ago.

For promotion of a variety of products produced in Georgia, a grand exhibition-sale - “Parade of Georgian industry – Made in Georgia” – is being held today on Rustaveli Avenue today.

According to the information of the City Hall, for promotion of the Georgian products on domestic and international market and thus, for economic development, the industrial parade will become tradition and will be held annually on Independence Day of Georgia.  

This year, more than 250 companies will present own-manufactured: furniture, construction materials, electric and computer equipment, textile, metal products, pharmaceutical products, laser engraving, the subway carriage produced in Georgia, soft and alcohol drinks, tea, food and other variety of diverse products. 

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