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Gvindadze: GDP per capita is up to 3 thousand 549 dollars
13:47 14.05.2012
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Finances Minister Dimitri Gvindadze claimed that according the data of 2012, in Georgia, the gross domestic product per capita is up to 3 thousand 549 dollars, which is a quite high rate.

As Gvindadze said today while reviewing changes in the current year budget at the Parliament Finance-Budget Committee session, the 2011 year was finished with 7 percent economic growth, which means double-digit growth in nominal representation.

According to his assessment, the mentioned prognosis is a very good result, taking into account challenges existed in 2011. 

“7% growth is a good result not only in region, but in the whole Europe too,” – Minister added.

აღდგომის დღეებში, სასწრაფო სამედიცინო დახმარების ცენტრში 6290 გამოძახება დაფიქსირდა
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