Georgia plans to establish a commercial arbitration of International Chamber of Commerce, Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze noted before today’s government meeting. The due agreement will be signed in Paris on December 20, he added.
‘This signifies that, in practice, Georgia will be another country in Europe, which will offer similar services to the business and in general, promote economic activity. This is an additional message that Government of Georgia will more integrate the country in global economy and makes the country a regional centre, financial canter. This is a key precondition to attain this important objective, Mamuka Bakhtadze noted.