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  1. DRUG STORE IN THE HOSPITALS CONTINUE FUNCTIONING, IN SPITE OF BAN OF THE HEALTH MINISTRY
    (Daily News: December 28, 2000)

    We remind, that the Ministry of Health, Social Welfare and Employment had issued an order on the liquidation of drugstores, situated on the hospital's territories. The Ministry was motivated to issue such order by the fact, that the hospitals be able to provide patients by medicine.

  2. FINANCE MINISTRY STICKS TO THE PREVIOUS POSITION IN REGARD TO TBILCREDITBANK
    (Daily News: December 25, 2000)

    Commenting the situation about Tbilcreditbank, the Finance Minister Zurab Nogaideli said that neither the noise raised around the issue nor the suit filed recently against him would not force him to change his mind. At the same time, as the Minister acknowledged, he “got hot” when he declared at the session of the Parliament that he would destroy Tbilcreditbank.

  3. GEORGIAN SIDE IS INCLINED TO SIGN "A ZERO VARIANT"
    (Daily News: December 25, 2000)

    Today at the press-conference Zurab Nogaideli Finance Minister stressed, that the budget 2001 does not envisage payments, what Georgia will be to implement in case if the restructuring of foreign debt does not take place. He noted, that if they are not able to negotiate with creditors, then only 240 million Lari will remain for the expenditures in the central budget.

  4. THE MAJOR ACHIEVEMENT THIS YEAR IS THE PRINCIPLE POSITION OF ITS DEPARTMENT CONSIDERS FINANCE MINISTER
    (Daily News: December 25, 2000)

    When striking balances of the year 2000, Zurab Nogaideli Finance Minister stressed a principled position in the financial questions and stated, that he did not intend to reject this policy. He also emphasized the maintenance of macroeconomic indicators, the improvement of tax revenues, the refusal from the recapture of credits in the commercial banks.

  5. A GOVERNMENTAL COMMISSION HAS BEEN CREATED ON WORKING OUT A PROGRAM FOR FORESTRY SAVING
    (Daily News: December 20, 2000)

    In 3 months, a special governmental commission is to work out a program for 5-10 years, on saving a forestry from extermination. The commission created at the direction of the country's President, heads Giorgi Arsenishvili, State Minister.

  6. ONE MORE WORLD BANK'S TRANCHE CREDIT FOR POWER INDUSTRY SPHERE WILL NOT BE ALLOCATED TILL THE END OF CURRENT YEAR
    (Daily News: December 19, 2000)

    Georgia has been looking for receiving the second World Bank's credit tranche of $12.5 million this year, aimed at structural reformation in the energetic sector. The reason for tranche refusal, according to Temur Basilia, Assistant of Georgia's President on economic questions, became the failure in the implementation of commitments set by the Bank.

  7. QUESTION ON FOREIGN DEBT RESTRUCTURING DUE TO BE CONSIDERED AT EXTRAORDINARY SESSION OF PARLIAMENT
    (Daily News: December 18, 2000)

    President Shevardnadze said at the briefing today that a special cession of the Parliament dedicated to the question on the restructuring of Georgia's foreign debt was to be held before the New Year. According to him, the Russian side verbally agreed with the Georgian delegation with the State Minister in charge, which had visited Moscow recently, to restructure the debt.

  8. PARLIAMENT WILL REACH A VERDICT ON TBILCREDITBANK NEXT WEEK
    (Daily News: December 14, 2000)

    The Parliament adopted a decision to postpone the question on the ratification of the agreement between the Finance Ministry of Georgia and EBRD. This agreement calls for the state-by-stage coverage (during 7 years) of the EBRD credit of $3 million, which was allocated to Tbilcreditbank in 1996 for the development of small and medium business under the state guarantee (the Finance Ministry).

  9. GLINCORE INTENDS TO INVEST IN JSC MADNEULI $2-3 MILLION A YEAR
    (Daily News: December 14, 2000)

    The agreement on further investments has been reached today, at the meeting held in Tbilisi between Poll Viler the head of Glincore and Georgia's President Eduard Shevardnadze. A Swiss company is also going to invest $50 million in new gold-fields.

  10. HEATED DEBATES PROMPTED BY THE QUESTION OVER DEPRIVING INJIA OF PRIVILEGE OF PARLIAMENT
    (Daily News: December 13, 2000)

    Today the Parliament considered the question on depriving Pridon Injia (the former minister of post and communications) of privilege of parliament in connection with the demand of the General Prosecutor’s Office to initiate criminal proceedings against him. Injia, who is charged of economic crimes during holding the post of a minister, is hiding abroad at the moment.

  11. NEXT YEAR'S BUDGET ADOPTED AT THE SECOND HEARING
    (Daily News: December 12, 2000)

    127 MPs voted pro and 31 - against the budget-2001 at today's session of the Parliament. The Finance Minister Zurab Nogaideli introduced MPs with the list of those amendments made to the budget after the first discussion held on December 8.

  12. EXTRAORDINARY POLITICAL-ECONOMIC SITUATION
    (Weekly Press Digest: December 10, 2000)

    Under agreement of the country's President, Interior Minister have brought units of interior military forces in Pankisi Canyon (Kakheti) and Mtskheta-Mtianeti, informed Rezonansi. The newspaper does not rule out, that a question of bringing in heavy weapons will be put on the agenda.

  13. PARLIAMENT SET ABOUT THE BUDGET-2001 CONSIDERATION
    (Daily News: December 8, 2000)

    The Finance Minister Zurab Nogaideli submitted next year’s draft budget to the Parliament today. According to him, the revenue part of the budget-2001 amounts to 839.71 million Lari in the draft, the expenditure part – 1.17 billion.

  14. PARLIAMENT CONSIDERED THE DECISION OF THE COMMISSION RESEARCHING INTO REASONS OF THE BUDGET-1999 CRISIS
    (Daily News: December 7, 2000)

    The head of the interim commission of the Parliament David Gamkrelidze, introducing decision, put all the blame on the ruling party Citizens’ Union and the policy pursued by it. At the same time, the emphasis was laid on the Chairman of the Parliament Zurab Zhvania.

  15. GEORGIA IS FORCED TO REJECT CLAIMS ON ITS SHARE IN THE FORMER USSR PROPERTY
    (Daily News: December 6, 2000)

    The agreement on the ratification of the so-called zero version (rejection of its share in the former USSR property) was concluded during the recent visit of the Georgian Finance Minister Zurab Nogaideli to Russia. As the Minister declared today, this was not an easy decision to make.

  16. PARLIAMENTARY MAJORITY CONSIDERED DRAFT BUDGET-2001 BEHIND CLOSED DOORS
    (Daily News: December 6, 2000)

    The majority will back up the draft budget-2001, said its leader Niko Lekishvili by the end of the session. At the same time, according to him, it is necessary to make amendments to the Tax Code in February.

  17. PARLIAMENT MAJORITY HAS NOT SPECIFIED ITS FINAL POSITION TOWARDS BUDGET-2001 YET
    (Daily News: December 4, 2000)

    The Parliament majority ran the consideration of the budget-2001behind the closed door. As Zurab Zhvania, Chairman of the Parliament stated, they had already solved some basic questions with the Finance Ministry, but yet they will have to discuss a number of questions.

  18. TRADITIONALISTS RAISED QUESTION OF GEORGIA'S WITHDRAWAL FROM CIS
    (Daily News: December 4, 2000)

    Georgia's withdrawal from the CIS is absolutely justified at the stage, said the leader of the fraction Traditionalists Akaki Asatiani. According to him, this it the only possible reaction to the activities of Russia from the part of Georgia.

  19. MPS CONSIDERED ANTI-CORRUPTION PROGRAM
    (Daily News: November 30, 2000)

    The anti-corruption program was considered during the enlarged session of the Parliamentary bureau today. The head of the group on working out the program, Chairman of the Supreme Court Lado Chanturia introduced MPs with the key directions of the program.

  20. FRACTION ABKHAZETI SUPPORTS DRAFT BUDGET-2001
    (Daily News: November 29, 2000)

    During the discussion of the next year’s draft budget today, the members of the fraction Abkhazeti expressed readiness to back it up. We will note that according to the Finance Minister Zurab Nogaideli, one of the priorities of the budget 2001 is financing of the Ministry on Refugees’ Affairs.

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