🔸 “High-tech enterprises created by young scientists should be exempted from taxes for 3 years” – Fridon Injia’s new initiative
🔸 In order to secure young Georgian scientists and intellectual capital in Georgia, the chairman of “European Socialists” Fridon Injia came out with a new initiative at the plenary session of the Parliament
. 🔸 “Enterprises based on modern technologies created by young scientists should be exempted from taxes by the state within 3 years. This will ensure that educated young people will not go abroad and create enterprises here, there will be no outflow of intellectual capital from Georgia.” – said Fridon Injia.
🔸 According to him, the high technologies created by young people and the enterprises formed by their use can be introduced in many areas, both in the directions of widespread use of solar batteries and agriculture and industry.
🔸 “This will stop the outflow of young people. If the projects created by them are supported and approved by the Ministry of Economy, it will help attract foreign investments to Georgia.” – said Fridon Injia, chairman of “European Socialists”.