Tamaz Daushvili, CEO at the company Dio, believes that business
development in Georgia is hindered by several
factors such as the lack of political
stability, problems in the judicial system, fluctuations in the national
currency and a shortage of skilled professionals.
“It is very difficult to
find qualified personnel as the
vocational education system works very poorly,” he says.
According to Daushvili, the
government should fulfilled its promise to implement the “House of Business”
project, which would combine all business-related public services on 'one
“This is very important,
as businesses often have to go through various bureaucratic procedures, ” Tamaz
The businessman also believes
that the tax burden should be mitigated for business as the pension reform increased expenses of companies, and in his opinion, the state should cover this
part of expenses.
“Georgia actually sees economic
slowdown, and amid the national currency’s devaluation , the expected
growth of 4, 7% is almost unrealistic,”
Tamaz Daushvili stresses.