International Chamber of Commerce forecasts the decline of investments into Georgia
The chamber surmises that the interest of investors in Georgia will fall and calls for the country’s business community to conduct measures to restore order.
People from the chamber say that the strikes, which have begun in various business sectors contribute to strained relations between social partners and have a negative impact on Georgia’s international image. The chamber’s management also says that the chamber stands for protection of legitimate workers’ rights, but illegitimate and politically motivated actions have negative impact on business development.
English Translation by BSN
Adapted from: Business Gruzija
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