Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Rasmussen to invest in Georgia's tourism sector

27.11.2012 (HTN - Hvino Tour News). Michael Rasmussen, cousin of NATO General Secretary Anders Fogh Rasmussen, plans to invest in Georgia. According to Georgian magazine Kviris Palitra, Mr. Rasmussen said:

"Saakashvili’s government did nothing for the people’s well being. That’s why it was impossible to collaborate with Georgia. After the changes that took place in October, I can talk about large scale investments and business projects in Georgia. We plan to carry out projects in the oil business and developing the tourist industry, as well as energy and agriculture".

Michael Rasmussen is a businessman who runs businesses in various countries and now he has a large scale business project for Georgia.

“I became interested in Georgia after the parliamentary elections. My company is interested in carrying out large tourism projects and projects within the agricultural sector. Projects like that are successfully run in Denmark, Sweden, Germany and Senegal. I think we will reach success in Georgia as well,” he says.

According to Rasmussen he was interested in Georgia long before. However, he did not have the wish to cooperate with the previous government.

“I knew pretty well what was going on in Georgia. I have friends there and I was informed. That is why I avoided doing business in Georgia. After the elections, I began thinking to enter Georgia’s market. I am sure this project will be successful for us and for the Georgian business sector,” he said.

© HTN (Hvino Tour News)

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