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Revenue Service starts holding meetings with entrepreneurs
09:54 07.06.2012
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Revenue Service of Georgia will hold the first meeting in the framework of the informational campaign planned for entrepreneurs.

As the Revenue Service informed “internet.ge”, the meeting will be held today at 12:00 in the hotel “Sheraton Metechi Palace”.

The goal of the meeting is to introduce news to taxpayers. Such meetings will become permanent. 

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