As Finance Minister Nodar Khaduri declared, "Unfortunately, internal savings in Georgia are not sufficient for serious investments in economy through own resources". Thus, we have to focus on foreign direct investments (FDI), he noted. "Due to notorious cohabitation and political uncertainty, we had serious problem in terms of FDI in the 1st quarter", Khaduri pointed, adding that reduction was fixed in the reporting period, while growth started from the 2nd quarter. Khaduri declared that according to data of 9 months, investments in Georgia exceeded by $20 million the showing of the same period of 2012. To remind, according to "Sakstat"'s preliminary data, FDI in Georgia amounted to $697 million in 9 months of the year. This volume increased by 2.8%, if compared with adjusted data of the same period of 2012, while by 1.9% – if compared with preliminary data.
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