Director general of "Wissol Petroleum Georgia" Vasil Khorava told "Sarke" that the company made investments totaled to about 26 million in 2013.
Khorava said that the company negotiates with financial institutions and plans to maintain investments' volume for 2014 on the level of last year at least. The matter concerns the sum of about 20 million lari, he specified, adding that "Wissol"'s network of filling station will be expanded in 2014, but this action "will be not so aggressive, as it was in the past". Currently, the company runs 93 stations countrywide.
To remind, "Wissol Petroleum Georgia" has paid 70.46 million lari to the budget in 2013, accounting for 14.1% of oil-product importers total payments (about 500 million lari).
Khorava estimated the company's share of local market as 25%. Currently, accent is made on development of affiliate companies, such as "Smart" supermarkets, "Wendy's" restaurants, etc., he said. "We want our filling stations to go beyond trade with only petrol and diesel fuel", Khorava declared.
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