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Mikheil Saakashvili: for the next years, minimal increase of economy will be at least 10 % annually
18:23 11.04.2012
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According to Georgian President, Mikheil Saakashvili, since 2008, Georgia has survived and developed. 

As the President said during his visit to the enterprise “Delta”, State economy is also developing and it has increased with 7% compared to the last year. 

Mikheil Saakashvili said, Georgian economy will be increased with 8-9% this year, as for the next years, minimal increase will be at least 10 % annually. 

“After the war started, we stayed without arms’ supply for few months, as everyone thought we would exist no longer. And this was believed by the 90 % of the international community. Everyone thought that after Russian intervention, the government would run, but anyone who thinks so, can drink some cold water. Georgia survived and it is developing,” – Saakashvili said.   

According to the President, the state is on a very important stage now and it keeps developing. 

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