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Turkish textile group Kaya to invest in Georgia
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Mr. Garibashvili (extreme left) with Kaya Group officials
Mr. Garibashvili (extreme left) with Kaya Group officials
Turkish textile company, Kaya Group is setting up a textile project in Georgia and will export products produced in the plant to EU countries.

Senior officials of Kaya met up with Georgia’s Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili and discussed the modalities of implementing the project. "We believe that the joint projects will enhance our economic relations in the coming years and will discover the new opportunities of business cooperation,” Irakli Gharibashvili said.

He also expressed hope that the project conceived by Kaya Group will be implemented successfully.

The Prime Minister discussed the business environment in Georgia with the potential investors and mentioned that Georgia takes the leading positions in the world’s influential rankings.

"Now it is possible to see a Turkish product in New York or Oslo. At Kaya Group, we try to extend the geographical reach of Turkish products”, a Kaya Group official informed.

"Our group is trying to represent Turkish textiles successfully in the world market with its quality standard and service,” the website of Kaya Group informs. (AR)

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