State budget increased
By Messenger Staff
Friday, May 25On May 22, the Georgian parliament adopted changes to the state budget as revenues increased by GEL 226 million. Overall budgetary revenues in 2012 have reached GEL 8.242 billion, whereas the expenditures as of today are GEL 8.12 billion. It was expected that the 2012 economic growth in the country would be 5% though it might be reaching 6%. There is a tendency to decrease state foreign loans in comparison with GDP.