European Fund wants to increase portfolio in Georgia
31 May, 2012

The European Fund has invested about 70 million dollars. Negotiations are under way about further investment of 20-30-40 million dollars, Prime Minister Nika Gilauri told journalists at the annual meeting of the European Fund at the Radisson hotel today.
‘The European Fund wants to further study Georgia’s economy… they like what is happening here. They like the economic reforms that were carried out in Georgia. Consequently, they have a great desire to increase their portfolio in Georgia – this is one of the main reasons’, Gilauri said.
The European Fund’s annual meeting was opened in Tbilisi today. The National Bank of Georgia is taking part in the meeting. Representatives of about 30 countries are attending the conference.