The Premier listened to the information about economic situation
 Tbilisi 11:52 - 12.02.15 «GHN»
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The government of Georgia begins active events in short term regime for the growth of visitors and for encouraging of export and construction sector, - the Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Garibashvili received information about processes in economics from the Vice Premier Giorgi Kvirikashvili and the Minister of Finance Nodar Khaduri on the meeting of the government today, reports GHN.
The head of the government listened to the information about interventions implemented by National Bank, concretely about little change of refinancing rate that made foreign exchange market more stable.
With the information of the Minister of Economics from April on the basis of partnership fund will work encouraging institute, also there is planned concrete events in the direction of growth of visitors and encouragement of construction sector.
The Minister of Finance marked on the meeting of the government today that economic group is in coordination with National Bank, monetary and fiscal policy should be in unison, to make consistent steps and to make the process of economical growth irreversible.
The Prime Minister called on the economic group to consider the world and regional processes that make influence of Georgian economy and to plan the year accordingly. Irakli Garibashvili ordered the members of the cabinet of ministers more communication with the population to inform them about current tendencies.

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